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as a consequence/ in consequence. synonyms?

 

are they both widely used? with one do you prefer?

which one is used at the beginning of the sentense? or do they have no exact place?))))

" As a consequence the level of education will ....."

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Base language: English
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    I'll just give you some examples of how I'd say it:

    "As a consequence of underfunding, the level of education will fall."

    "Consequently, the level of education will fall."

    "In consequence, the level of education will fall."

    Normally we would say "as a consequence of X, Y will happen."

    For your example, I think "consequently" or "in consequence" is better.

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