Using Cause & Effect Transitions: Exercise #1a
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Combine the pair of sentences below into ONE sentence, using appropriate cause or effect transitions from the list at the bottom.   Press the "Check Your Answer Below" button to see how well you did.   Then Reset, and try to combine the sentences with another transition. Click on the right arrow at the bottom to see another pair of sentences.

     due to       because       therefore        consequently        so       since        because of        but     
Janice got home late.   She missed her TV program.

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