The Conjunction BECAUSE

The Conjunction BECAUSE :

BECAUSE : (conjunction) : for the reason that

BECAUSE is generally used when the reason is the most important part of the sentence.

Therefore, the because-clause usually comes at the end.

1. People dislike me because I'm handsome and beautiful.

2. I was worried because Janu was late.

3. She was late because of the traffic.

4. Because I liked him, I went out with him.

5. I could not make a call to you because I did not have your number.

6. They did not attend the function, because they lived far away from Chennai.

7. I arrived very late because the train started late in Mumbai.

8. His is always speaking low of me, may be because I am not his friend.

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