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    #1

    Through

    What's the meaning (and synonym) of word through following sentence? Is it a preposition, an adverb or an adjective in that sentence?

    ~ I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they’re so.

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    Re: Through

    "Through" is an adverb in your sentence. It would usually be followed by with, making the phrasal verb "to be through with". It means to stop doing something. Your quoted sentence looks like careless writing and doesn't mean anything, but I'm through with accepting limits means "I'm not going to accept limits anymore."
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    #3

    Re: Through

    Also, the word you need in that sentence is "because" not "cause."

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