Pearl Jiang
How could I use " as a result of" and "long to"? As a result of=because of? I long to learn English. ←right? Or. I'm long to learn English.
Aug 4, 2014 5:33 PM
Answers · 5
as a result (of something) : because of something that has happened. As a result of the accident, Tom couldn't walk for six months. We couldn't afford to borrow money for a house as a result of the rise in interest rates. I long to learn is correct. ----------------- source: thefreedictionary.com & myself
August 4, 2014
As a result of his high concentration,he got first position........because of her father's death,she left her studies.......examples
August 4, 2014
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