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Phrases/ Idioms. Similar phrase/idiom/words. Phrase/idiom. Definition. Sentence. How/when/where is it used?. The increasing human population has led to more pollution. …has resulted in…. To demonstrate a result. Used when we talk about actions When we want to show A has led to B.

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Phrases/ Idioms

Similar phrase/idiom/words

Phrase/idiom

Definition

Sentence

How/when/where is it used?

The increasing human population has led to more pollution.

…has resulted in…

To demonstrate a result.

Used when we talk about actions

When we want to show A has led to B.

…has led to

When talking about things people are addicted to or love to do.

Many people get hooked on gambling after winning once.

addicted to…

To be addicted to something.

To love doing something.

hooked on

The meeting will be here or at your office, depending on the weather.

Determined by conditions.

Used when setting a condition for something.

depending on

Florida is a great place for vacation. On the other hand, it is very expensive to live there.

but

When you want to introduce the other side of an issue.

To introduce the other side of an issue or opinion.

on the other hand

Generally, usually

When you want to express something that is generally true or that usually happens.

generally

People in Canada almost always eat dinner after 5 p.m.

almost always