because - correct spelling



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because

subordinating conjunction

Note: Forget your teacher’s rule about not starting a sentence with Because. Emily Dickinson’s poem Death begins: “Because I could not stop for Death, He kindly stopped for me….”

Grammar.com’s section on Problem Words discusses because and other words of causation. Click here for that discussion.

Example: The child could not attend because he was ill.

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