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When to use because, as, since or for (Read 13090 times)
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When to use because, as, since or for
04.04.12 at 10:09:48
 
When to use because, as, since or for
 
 
Because      
Use 'because' when the reason is very important in the sentence, so because comes in the sencond clause of the sentence.      
Example: I read this book because I like it.
 
As      
Us 'as' when the reason is already known.      
Example: As we read, we learn.  
 
Since      
Use 'since' when the reason is already known. (more formal than as)      
Example: Since we were in the computer lab, our English has improved.
 
For      
Use 'for' when the reason is given at the end of the sentence.      
Example: We went to a small restaurant - for we were hungry.
 
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http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/words/because_as_since_for.htm
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