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".
"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."