Lig, Li- “to bind” Cause/effect transition words
Cause effect transitions words Because For, so Hence Therefore, As a result Consequently thus
reliable Today’s word is reliable, an adjective, which means to be able to be counted on; dependable. Because he was reliable, they gave him the most important job.
ligament Today’s word is ligament, a noun, which means a band of tissue connecting bones or organs in place. I had a tear in my ligament; as a result, I needed knee surgery.
liable Today’s word is liable, an adjective, which means 1. legally responsible 2. susceptible or likely The school bus driver is liable; hence, he is legally responsible for the children he drives. I am liable to cheat on my homework since I always cheat.
obligate Today’s word is obligate, a verb, which means to blind legally or morally; to owe.
Today’s word is obligate, a verb, which means to blind legally or morally; to owe.
alliance Today’s word is alliance, a noun, which means a strong bond between families, states, or individuals. An alliance between the Axis countries was formed; therefore, the Allies had a difficult time invading Germany.