Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Therefore"

The meaning of "Therefore" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does therefore mean?
A: Example: I agree with you, therefoe, we can work together.
He has injured, therefore unable to play.
Q: What does therefore mean?
A: It means ' for the reason ' , ' as a result ' , to conclude something
Q: What does therefore mean?
A: "Therefore" means "for that reason".

Example:

"Therefore, he did not listen."
"For that reason, he did not listen."
Q: What does therefore mean?
A: Therefor means for that reason; consequently.
An example is "he was injured and therefore unable to play" it's a kinda weird word
Q: What does therefore mean?
A: Significa "por lo tanto"
Un ejemplo: Joe finished his favourite TV programme on Netflix, therefore, he must wait for the next season to come out.

Example sentences using "Therefore"

Q: Please show me example sentences with therefore.
A: There goes one sentence that might help!

P1-Could you stop annoying me? You're causing problems!
P2-I don't care!
P1- Therefore make trouble for you is good?
P2- Not exactl...
P1-GET OUT OF HERE YOUR SON OF A *****!!!!

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Q: Please show me example sentences with therefore and whom, whose.
A: Yes, in these examples it means “because of” but it does not work in that use all the time. For instance:

“Because of the delay, we will be out later than expected.” - Here you cannot replace “because of” with “therefore”...So just be sure of the context.
Q: Please show me example sentences with therefore.
A: @polinariaria
Example:
“You are hungry. Therefore you need to eat.”
“A is bigger than B, and B is bigger than C. Therefore A is bigger than C.”
“You do not have much money. Therefore you should save more money to buy a house”.
“It was a heavy rain. Therefore I go to school Late”.
Q: Please show me example sentences with therefore.
A: • You are no longer welcome in my class, therefore, you aren’t allowed to come back
• I didn’t think I’d get a ticket, therefore, I began to speed
Q: Please show me example sentences with therefore.
A: I am allergic to eggs, therefore, I do not eat egg salad.

Synonyms of "Therefore" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between therefore and then and thus and hence ?
A: Therefore, Hence and thus are same. All of them provides a conclusion based on a reason. (したがって)
Then is what happens afterwards.(それから/その前に) or a point in time (その時に)or could also mean therefore.

She met with an accident yesterday, therefore/hence/thus will not be able to attend the meeting.

There was a huge traffic jam then.

She fell from her bike and then broke her wrist.

If she would have been more careful,then this would not have happened
Q: What is the difference between therefore and so ?
A: Their only difference is the formality. 'Therefore' is mostly used in very formal occasions while 'So' is used formally or casually- like in normal conversations.
Q: What is the difference between therefore and so ?
A: In general: 'Therefore' sounds more academic. It is usually better for academic writing.

You wouldn't use 'so' in formal writing, but it is more common in speech, especially non-academic speech

EDIT: I should say, this is for 'so' and 'therefore' when for similar uses

Also, be careful:

So is a conjunction and can be used like this (like "and", "but", etc...):
"I woke up late, so I missed the bus."

But therefore can't join the sentances the same way.
You'd write:
"I woke up late. Therefore, I missed the bus."

Finally:
"I woke up late. So, I missed the bus."
Q: What is the difference between therefore and therefor ?
A: @tomm: therefore means: as a result, for that reason. It's a formal word, but commonly used.

Example: it's going to rain today, therefore I need an umbrella.

Therefor means: in exchange for this (or that). It's almost never used, except maybe in legal documents.

Example: Is your car for sale? I will give you $5000 therefor.
Q: What is the difference between therefore and thereby ?
A: The difference is negligible. "Therefore" means something like "for this (reason)" while "thereby" means "by this reason."
"I think therefore I am." gives "I think, and for this reason, I am." which holds a meaning of existing being true because thinking is true.
"I think, thereby, I am." gives "I think, and by doing so, I am." which means the slightly different existing being true as long thinking being true. The result is so subtle that you can easily use one for the other.

Translations of "Therefore"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? therefore
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? therefore
A: لذلك، لهذا أو حتى عشان هيك
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? therefore
A: Therefore

Other questions about "Therefore"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce therefore.
A: Therefore. (th-air-for)
This is the words/sound, there and four/for/4/fore combined into one word.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce therefore .
A: “Therefore”

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