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  1. #1
    james_chew_84 Guest

    Default Is there any difference?

    what's the difference between the 2 setences below?

    1) The reason wasn't you.
    2) The reason wasn't because you.
    Is there any difference of is it the same?

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    Tomasz Klimkiewicz is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Is there any difference?

    In my opinion 2) is incorrect. A close equivalent of 1) using the word 'because' would be: 'It wasn't because of you'.

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    Tee Kay

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