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This tag is for questions specifically related to written English. PROOFREADING essays, emails, abstracts, etc. is strictly OFF-TOPIC.

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I think you are referring to cases such as: A: I'm so coming with you later! B: Err... No? In informal writing such as chat, it's perfectly acceptable, and other similar "stylistic" choices … are fine. In formal writing it should be absolutely avoided, since to express the same function there are other ways to achieve the same result in a better form. …
answered Jul 13 '11 by Alenanno
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I'd rather write your example using since like: Since I'm not feeling well, I'm unable to work. "Hence" is a synonym of "therefore", "consequently", "because of that", etc, and being a conjuncti …
answered Apr 1 '11 by Alenanno