Because Vs Because of~Confused Words

Because Vs Because of

The difference between these two words is that

because is followed by a subject + verb, and because of is followed by a noun:

The game was cancelled because of the rain.

The game was cancelled because it was raining

In spoken English, many people say ’cause as a short form of “because”

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