You may have noticed that the lesson talks about cause and effect. You’re right. You were even made to identify examples of a cause as well as examples of an effect.
You may have noticed also that in any cause and effect relationship,
there is always one event that serves as a cause and another event that
becomes the effect. The cause is the reason why something happens, while
the effect is the result of something that happened. Whatever the case may
be, the cause always takes place before the effect and the effect always
In the sentences above, the causes are written in italics while the
effects are underlined.