Hi, I have some trouble using hence and thus... I have the impression that they are interchangeable, but I'm not sure, could you help me with the following sentences, please? - Along with linguistic knowledge, the students should develop the skills necessary for autonomous learning, and work in collaborative activities. HENCE/THUS, this methodology will help the pupils to learn how to learn. - Teachers will provide a context to make them familiar with the cultural aspects of English speaking countries, HENCE/THUS developing sociocultural competence. - These activities are very useful to raise the pupils' awareness of certain patterns that may be important for them to learn. HENCE/THUS, the new input should help them to place the elements they are learning into the context of what they already know. - To do so, I have created remedial activities in order to cater for learning diversity. HENCE/THUS, the students who are above and below the general level of the class will be given an answer to their specific needs. I know it's a lot, but I just need somebody to tell me which one I should use each time. Thanks very much in advance!