question about conjunctions
I have a question regarding the use of conjunctions (because, since, and for). Any difference? Thanks!
Re: question about conjunctions
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Originally Posted by isaaclee168
Yes, there is marginal difference, they all introduce a reason which may be direct, casual or iustified for an occurrence or action.
I was sleeping because I was tired. (Direct reason, due to the fact that:)
Since I was tired, I was sleeping. (casual, implying merely circumstance)
I was sleeping, for I was tired. ( introduced the reason, proof, or justification)
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