Because and Because of
What is the different between this two words ?
Re: Because and Because of
When you use "because", you have to use a clause after it; when you use "because of", you need to use a pronoun, a noun or a noun phrase after it. Examples:
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I didn't come because it was raining ("It was raining" is a clause)
I didn't come because of him ("him" is a pronoun.)
I didn't come because of the weather ("weather" is a noun.)
I didin't come because of his wrong information. ("his wrong information" is a noun phrase.)
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