How do you say for that reason?
Synonyms for For that reason
- consequently. adv. & prep.
- for this reason. adv. & prep.
- accordingly. adv. & prep.
- therefore. adv.
- thus. adv. & conj.
- hence. adv. & prep.
- as a result. adv. & prep.
- because of that. adv.
What’s another way of saying this is because?
5 Answers. There’s nothing wrong with ‘This is because . . .’, but an alternative would be ‘The reason is that . . .’ I don’t know of any single word that would be suitable. You might want to change document to documents and has to have.
What is the correct abbreviation for example?
What are the main punctuation marks?
The major punctuation marks are the period, comma, exclamation point, question mark, semicolon, and colon. These marks organize sentences and give them structure.
What is another word for for this reason?
Similar words for for this reason: therefore (adverb) accordingly (adverb) other relevant words (adverb) ergo (noun)
Where do we use?
We use where as a conjunction meaning ‘in the place that’ or ‘in situations that’. The clause with where is a subordinate clause and needs a main clause to complete its meaning. If the where clause comes before the main clause, we use a comma: Where you find a lot of water, you will also find these beautiful insects.
How do you properly use punctuation?
How to punctuate
- Separate danglers with a comma.
- If you can, use a period instead of a comma.
- In a list, use a comma before the final “and”
- Use a comma before introducing a question.
- Don’t use a comma to represent vocal pauses.
- Don’t use ellipses.
- Avoid semicolons.
- Only use colons for standalone sentences.
What can I use instead of this is because?
11 Substitutes for because and because of
- As and since. These conjunctions are used when the reason is already known to the reader or when it is not the most important part of the sentence.
- As a result of. As a result of is a substitute for ‘because of’.
- As long as. As long as can mean ‘since’ or ‘because’.
- Due to.
- Inasmuch as.
- In view of the fact that.
- Now that.
How do you put example in a sentence?
e.g. is used to introduce examples in a sentence, so it’s always followed by an example or examples. That means e.g. is usually used in the middle of a sentence and never found at the very end. When you use e.g. in a sentence both the letters ‘e’ and ‘g’ should be lowercase.
What can I say instead of the reason?
- for this reason.
- on that account.