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A. Well/so... B
Used in conversation to prompt the speaker for more information, or to continue what they are saying.

  1. A. Well/so... B
    Used in conversation to prompt the speaker for more information, or to continue what they are saying.
  2. Because of A, B
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    んです   それで     調     ありました   
Your head hurts, I see. So, were there changes to any other part of your condition?
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      それで      いつ    
They got engaged? Well, when's the wedding ceremony?
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ランチ      それで  その     あれば   でも しよう  
Let's go to lunch. And, if there's time after that, let's have tea or something.

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Because of A, B

  1. A. Well/so... B
    Used in conversation to prompt the speaker for more information, or to continue what they are saying.
  2. Because of A, B
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        して  それで バイト        んです  
I got sick summer of last year, because of that, I quit my part time job.
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     になって  それで  また             
I became rich, so I want to live together with my family again.

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It looks like this page is missing a usage, which appears in one of the sentences used to quiz this grammar: 「さん、だったって。」「れで、?」. れで is translated in this sentence as "well", not "because". One of my grammar books has a note describing this usage as the listener prompting the speaker for more information. Also, the second example sentence on this page has an incorrect translation; it isn't the speaker's head that hurts, it's the person being asked about in the second part of the sentence.
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3 years ago
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Fixed the English, added the usage, and removed that question from the quizzing. Thanks!
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