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    #1

    His father died. He fainted

    Hi,

    His father died. He fainted.

    Synthesis: He fainted because his father died.

    Is there any other way to synthesise these sentences without putting "He fainted" at the beginning?

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    Re: His father died. He fainted

    His father died leading to his fainting.
    His father died, causing him to faint.
    His father's death caused him to faint.
    His father's dying led to his fainting.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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