result to or result in
What is the appropriate preposition to use after the word result, in or to?
Thank you once again.
After result use either of or in.
- "The result of that was..."
- The female cat was impregnated by the male cat. That resulted in the birth of kittens two months later.
The female cat was impregnated by the male cat. The result of that was the birth of kittens two months later.
The female cat was impregnated by the male cat. The result was the birth of kittens two months later.
A Google search for combinations with result or results produced the following results.
- "result of" = 5,480,000
"results of" = 5,210,000
"result in" = 5,440,000
"results in" = 4,650,000
"resulting in" = 3,520,000
"result to" = 483,000
"results to" = 2,700,000
"results being" = 44,300
Below are a couple of examples of the use of "results to".
- Focus on Results to Add Punch to Your Resume and Cover Letter.
First quarter results to June 30, 2003
Does that help?
- What effort do you make to assess the results of your program?
biscuits, cookies, candies- the result of devoted hours in the tiled kitchen
The wholesale death of cattle was a result of blizzards, and sometimes droughts.
price policies of industry are the result of a complex of forces
The hull was also a result of almost a decade of work.
She had a neurotic husband left sterile as a result of an automobile accident.
As a result of the Civil War, emancipation was accomplished.
Tooth deformity may be the result of excessive thumb- or finger-sucking.
It came largely as a result of a court order.
It was the product or result of court order.
For several days, she was ill as a result of Lee's treatment.
Emotional maturity is the result of many factors.
They lost more than their money as the result of their experiences.
Tables 1 and 2 present the results of the statistical analysis.
As a result of her teaching, her students learned a great deal. Her teaching resulted in learning. That was the result, of course, that she had hoped for.
- That's two more pages of results.
I am very pleased with those results.
Those are indeed very good results.
Inattention can result in disaster.
The results of that effort were very good.
The candidate campaigned vigorourly, resulting in a victory on election.
The results of that were something he was proud of.
The results of the experiment proved that it was highly successful.
The experiment resulted in success.
The advertising campaign resulted in success.
The advertising resulted in increased business.
The increased business was a result of advertising.
The river rose as a result of the rain.
The result of Ron's argument was that he persuaded tdol to agree with him.
The result of the instruction was the students learned.
The results of this experiment have been quite successful.
I am pleased with the results of the project.
That's all the "results" I plan to post. I hope that ESL learners have found these "results" useful. I hope that the result of these postings is a better understanding of English usage.
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