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A good transition phrase for showing cause and effect is __________________ "as a result." "more importantly." "in spite of."

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    "As a result" works the best. He improved his studying skills and as a result his grades improved. "In spite of" is more often used when faced with a challenge and overcoming it. "More importantly" just doesn't fit with the sentence at all.

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