Cause and Effect (Adverbs) III


The rain may possibly cause flooding.



The rain will certainly cause flooding.



Perhaps the rain will cause flooding.



The rain will definitely cause flooding.



The rain will probably cause flooding.



The rain will undoubtedly cause flooding.

(Use of Adverbs can be filled with the use of Model verbs)

Cause and Effect (Model Verbs) II


The heavy rain may have caused the flooding.



The heavy rain could have caused the flooding.



The heavy rain might have caused the flooding.



Flooding can be caused by heavy rain.

(Remember when you make use of Model Verbs you should use the "Third form of the Verb" and you should add "Caused" with the complement)

Cause and Effect I


There was flooding because of the heavy rain.



The flooding was caused by the heavy rain.



The heavy rain was the cause of the flooding.



The heavy rain was the reason for the flooding.



The flooding was attributed to the heavy rain.



There was flooding on account of the heavy rain.



Owing to the heavy rain there was flooding.



(These cause-effect phrases are all followed by noun phrases; i.e. 'the heavy rain'.)