Student or Learner
What is different between 'therefore' and 'because of '? For example,
A student dosen't want to go to the school because he fighted and he was beaten by one of his friend and saying that;
''I don't want to go to the school because of my friend''
''I don't want to go to the school therefore my friend''
Are they in both same meanning?
Thank you for reply............
Last edited by newmann; 05-Oct-2010 at 14:20.
In 'He didn't want to go because his friend beat him'/'His friend beat him; therefore he didn't want to go' (students - both )the causes and effects are the opposite way round. I wonder why...