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He couldn't live without her and therefore/thus/whence/hence he proposed to her.

He beggar had eaten for days and needed money to buy food. Therefore/thus/whence/hence he robbed a store.

Which is correct? They are interchangeable to me. What do you think?

Thanks.

He beggar had eaten for days and needed money to buy food. Therefore/thus/whence/hence he robbed a store.

Which is correct? They are interchangeable to me. What do you think?

Thanks.

New2grammarHe couldn't live without her and therefore/thus/whence/hence he proposed to her.Therefore = for that reason, accordingly, consequently

He beggar had eaten for days and needed money to buy food. Therefore/thus/whence/hence he robbed a store.

Which is correct? They are interchangeable to me. What do you think?

Thanks.

Thus = in this way, as a result of

Whence = from what place, from which

Hence = from here, from this place/time, as a result of.

Whence does not work in your examples.

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Yoong LiatOptilang. Thanks. I need to think about it. I'll get back to you if I have more questions.

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