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Listen up! You have a job to do. Decide what happened and why it happened! Cause Effect
A. The stream is moving rapidly. B. This mountain is steep.
B. He cautiously twirls the baton. A. The baton is on fire.
A. The water is battering the stones. B. A large canyon is carved away.
B. There are dangers all around for a squirrel. A. The squirrel clutched his food with his paws so he could watch for danger.
B. Until 1969 no human had ever been on the moon. A. A triumphant Neil Armstrong jumps across the surface of the moon.
B. The 360 degree turn must be done cautiously. A. In formation these jets fly only inches apart.
A. The Green Tree Boa peered into the forest. B.The snake must hunt for its food.
So, do you get it? OK, quick review! Cause: Why it’s happening. Effect: What is happening.
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