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Complex sentences » Reason + “so” + Consequence

Reason + “so” + Consequence

“He was very young, so he couldn't get dressed by himself.”
(“He was very young” is the reason. “...he couldn't get dressed by himself” is the consequence.)

“It was raining, so we canceled the picnic.”
(“It was raining” is the reason. “...we canceled the picnic” is the consequence.)