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    #1

    With/By/Through/Because of/On account of/For

    Please check my sentence.

    With/By/Through/Because of/On account of/For your reckless driving you might have cause an accident.

    Thanks for your support and help!

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    #2

    Re: With/By/Through/Because of/On account of/For

    Quote Originally Posted by novar View Post
    Please check my sentence.

    With/By/Through/Because of/On account of/For your reckless driving you might have cause an accident.

    Thanks for your support and help!
    None of them are needed.

    Your reckless driving might have caused an accident.

    If you really must use one, then:

    Through your reckless driving, you might have caused an accident.
    With your reckless driving, you might have caused an accident.
    Because of your reckless driving, there might have been an accident.
    On account of your reckless driving, there might have been an accident.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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