- Apr 11, 2018
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1. Nvm, I think I just got the difference.1. That was a completely different context. This question shows me that you've seriously misunderstood the role of context on meaning and use.
2. Yes, you have. The two words have quite different uses.
2. Are you sure? I just looked it up on several online dictionaries and saw that for can be used in place of because. This is from Macmillan:
She began to grow nervous, for he had promised to meet her at dawn.