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What is Cause and Effect?

The implication or direct claim that one thing causes, or is caused by, another when there is no well-formed logical support or demonstrable, sensory-based evidence to support a causal connection. The belief is that something occurs in the world that makes you think or feel a certain way, or makes you do something. An event in the world 'A' causes you to feel, think or do 'B'. A cause and effect linguistic pattern is recognised by the use of words such as, "makes, because, if... then, as... then, since, so".

Example:

"Look what you made me do."

"Whenever you come along, our team loses."

"You make me angry when you talk like that."

"Eating fat will make you fat."