[JLPT grammar] Difference between そして and それで.

Today I am going to share the homework correction quoted from my JLPT N3 course!
The student’s sentence is not correct. Can you find the mistake?


[Student’s sentence]





[My correction]

My younger sister got scolded by my mother. So she is crying.


そして just adds information from the same viewpoint.
On the other hand, それで is used to introduce or state the logical result of a previously mentioned statement.

You mean that your younger sister is crying as a result of being scolded by your mother, so use それで in this statement.


I lived in Japan. So I can speak Japanese.

I drank too much alcohol yesterday. So today I have a headache.

The weather was bad in the morning. And in the afternoon it started to rain.

I took a walk in the park. Then I went home and took a shower.


I hope my explanation helps you. 😊


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