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On 4/2/06, Johan Hiemstra <webmaster -at- techexams -dot- net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm currently writing some articles about restoring cars, I just realized I
> tend to use 'hence' a lot in my writing. I think it just looks/fits better
> than 'so' for example. Just a personal preference I guess. I can use any of
> the other synonyms for "hence", but that feels a bit cheap and inconsistent.
> My actually question (being that English is not my mother's tongue): is
> 'hence' too old fashion or uncommon? I want to keep it simple because of the
> diverse audience.
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