Difference between Casual and Causal



Difference between Casual and Causal :



Casual : adjective

Casual meaning occasional or irregular or careless

Example Sentences :

1. He is very casual in his work.
2. A good deal of casual labour is employed in this industry.
3. A casual undesigned careless remark offended her.

Causal : adjective

Causal meaning of the nature of cause and effect

Example Sentences :

1. There is a causal connection between food and health.
2. Doing exercises regularly has much causal benefits.



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