Question 1) I came across a sentence :' I jump for joy'
something struck me, and when I checked the dictionary one of the meanings of for is 'because of'
then, what is difference between saying 'I jump with joy' and 'I jump for joy'
Had i not known about this for usage, i would have always used 'I jump with joy'
Please explain me.
Question 2) Is the usage of because of at majority of places unidiomatic? Native speakers, please post your opinions. Also could some please give the differences between due to and because of? Due to means caused by. Doesn't because of mean caused by?