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    Default cause and reason

    1- What's the difference between cause and reason?

    2- Is it right to say" he was killed in a barrage of gunfire" in stead of

    he was killed in a hail of bullets

    Thanks a lot.

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    Default Re: cause and reason

    1. A cause is what makes something happen. A reason is somebody's motive for doing something.

    2. Yes.


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