01. Wine will spoil if exposed to light; [hence], wine bottles are usually green or yellow.
02. The Catholic religion holds that Mary, the mother of Jesus, remained a virgin her entire life: [hence] it would have been impossible for Jesus to have brothers or sisters.
03. He was weakened by the disease, and [hence] vulnerable to infection.
04. The students were well-prepared for the exam, [hence] their high scores.
05. The Prime Minister has already announced his intention to step down, and [hence] is no longer regarded as influential in directing future policy initiatives.
06. Recent polls show that most people in this country oppose censorship of the Internet. [Hence], the government is happy to leave things as they are.
07. The deadline will expire two days [hence].
08. The greenhouse effect traps the sun's rays within our atmosphere, [hence] raising global temperatures.
09. Our production costs have increased, [hence] our prices have gone up as well.
10. In two days [hence], the King will be married, and our realm will at last have its Queen.
11. Aldous Huxley once observed that to his dog, every man is Napoleon; [hence] the constant popularity of dogs.
12. In the Marxist view, we must eat in order to survive; [hence], the first activity of our species must be economic.
13. Ludwig Wittgenstein once suggested that no one likes having offended another person; [hence] everyone feels so much better if the other person doesn't show he's been offended.
14. Jane Addams once remarked that the child becomes largely what he is taught; [hence] we must watch what we teach, and how we live.
15. Illegal drugs are produced without regulatory control, and [hence] can contain many dangerous substances.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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