Using so...that...

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The correlative conjunction so---that--- shows cause and effect.

Study the following sentences.

Here the first sentence refers to the cause that leads to the effect mentioned in the second sentence.

We can combine these two sentences using so---that---

More examples are given below.

See also

During, in and for
Using during
say and tell
See, look at and watch
Sensible and sensitive
What is a sentence?
Shade and shadow
She is ill and she has been ill: difference
Should in subordinate clauses
Since and for
Since as an adverb and a conjunction
Since, as, because and so
Subject - verb agreement: basic rules
Such and such...that

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