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Language Refresher 63: Because of vs Because

Tolearnenglish.com gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use ‘because of vs because ’

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Because of and because are both used to introduce reasons.

(a) Because of is a preposition, it is generally followed by a verb + ing or a noun

 

Example:

Because of  feeling sick, Maria didn’t go to the supermarket.

In this example,  ‘feeling sick’  is the  verb+ing.

 

(b) Because is a conjunction, it is followed by a subject and a verb

Example:

Because Maria was feeling sick, she didn’t go to the supermarket

In this example, ‘Maria’ is the the subject and ‘was feeling’  is the verb 

 

 

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