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    "For the course of the ............" or "For the cause of the......................" Please help me

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    Re: Which is CORRECT?

    I think"for the cause of"is correct.for example,we usually use it as below:

    Fight for the cause of world peace!

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    Re: Which is CORRECT?

    Quote Originally Posted by iryn View Post
    "For the course of the ............" or "For the cause of the......................" Please help me
    It depends on what you're trying to say. "cause" and "course" are different words.
    "Ask the police for the cause of the accident"
    "They played tennis for the course of the afternoon"

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