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    RajaGanesh is offline Newbie
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    CAUSALITY

    Hi Sirs,

    What does causality mean? Can anyone explain to me that how to use in a sentence?

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    Re: CAUSALITY

    Welcome to UsingEnglish, RajaGanesh.

    Have you checked a dictionary? Please note that a number of teachers here are female. No salutation is necessary.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: CAUSALITY

    Quote Originally Posted by RajaGanesh View Post
    Hi Sirs,

    What does 'causality' mean? Can anyone please explain to me that how to use it in a sentence?
    All students should bookmark the OneLook Dictionary Search. (Click on the underlined link.)

    Rover

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    Re: CAUSALITY

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    All students should bookmark the OneLook Dictionary Search. (Click on the underlined link.)

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    Thank you for correcting the sentence.

    Rover,

    If I want to ask a person, whether he is late to office early today.

    Shall I ask him 'Were you late to office?' ? Or simply 'Were you late?' Are these correct questions?

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    Re: CAUSALITY

    Please start a new thread for this unrelated question, with a suitable title — such as 'Were you late?'

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