Cause and Effect implied is when a person makes a statement that implies that one thing causes another, or states that one thing is true, therefore the next thing must be true. The statement may be untrue, or there may be no direct link between the one thing and the other.
|‘And knowing that you can stop gives you the right to change.’|
|‘Snapping that tape means you are choosing a different life ‘|
|‘You don’t need to smoke any more because so many people love you and need you ‘.|
You can identify an implied cause and effect statement by asking ‘Does A really lead to B?’.