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موضوع: کاربرد کلمه thus

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    Smile کاربرد کلمه thus

    با سلام
    لطفا کاربرد کلمه thus رو در جملات توضیح دهید.
    با تشکر.

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    I think it is used in formal and old passage :

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    Lightbulb Thus in English

    [We use a number of expressions to show that what is said follows logically from what was said before
    Keywords are

    Therefore, as a result, so, then, consequently

    She was therefore unable to find a solution
    So she had to quit her job
    I think; therefore I am
    ‘We have missed the train.’ ‘Then we are going to have to hire a taxi’
    They grew up in Japan; hence their interest in Zen Buddhism
    He sustained severe injuries and, consequently, spent the rest of his life in a wheel chair

    Therefore is common in mathematical proofs

    Hence and thus

    Hence and thus have the same basic meaning and are often interchangeable. However, there is a slight difference. Hence usually refers to the future. Thus usually refers to the past. It is often used to indicate a conclusion

    Both sides played well, thus no winner was declared
    The situation is getting more and more complicated. Hence we will have to proceed with caution. (NOT Thus we will have to proceed with caution)

    So and then
    There is a difference between then and so. Then is used when one speaker replies to another. So can be used in both ways

    ‘The last bus has gone.’ ‘So/ then we will have to walk.’ (Two speakers)
    ‘The last bus has gone, so we will have to walk. (NOT ‘The last bus has gone, then we will have to walk’) (Same speaker)