Because and because of

/ bɪˈkɒz ənd bɪˈkɒz ɒf /

 

We already know that because is subordinating conjunction.

That means function of because is to join two clauses and is followed by verb and subject.

 

Examples

We could go out for a walk because it’s beautiful weather.
I make this cake because I like it.

 

Because  can come before or after the main clause.

Examples

We went at holiday because it was time to do so.

 

Because of is a two-word preposition. Because of is usually used before a noun or a pronoun.

Examples

We couldn’t go out because of TV program, it was Star Wars day.
I did it because of my new job.

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Between and among

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