Hello, I would like to ask a British teacher the differences among these four words to give explanations: since, because, as, and for.
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Since we are late, we might as well walk. [Inasmuch as...]
Because we are late, we might as well walk. [due to the fact that...]
As we are late, we might as well walk. [can be used in place of either Since or Because]
I am all the better for having been on holiday [the reason being...]
They do not eat meat for health reasons [the reason being...]
Shouldn't it be 'we cater to all taste'?We cater for all tastes.