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As, Since, Because, So, Due To, Owing To Complete the following sentences. 1. We stayed inside ……………. it was raining. because because of owing to so Because of and owing to are prepositions. They are followed by nouns. Because is a conjunction. It is followed by a clause. 2. I wanted to leave early ……………. I was not enjoying the party. since as because All of the above The conjunctions as, since and because can all be used to refer to
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   As, Since, Because, So, Due To, Owing ToSource: www.englishgrammar.orgComplete the following sentences.   1. We stayed inside ……………. it was raining. becausebecause of owing tosoBecause of and owing to are prepositions. They are followed by nouns. Because is aconjunction. It is followed by a clause. 2. I wanted to leave early ……………. I was not enjoying the party. sinceasbecause All of the aboveThe conjunctions as, since and because can all be used to refer to the reason for something. 3. The girl stayed at home ……………… her illness. becausedue toowing toDue to and owing to are interchangeable. Both of them are prepositions and are followed bynouns. 4. We were late ……………. the traffic jam. becausebecause of assince   As, Since, Because, So, Due To, Owing ToSource: www.englishgrammar.org As, since and because are conjunctions. They are followed by clauses. Because of is apreposition. It is followed by a noun.   5. She didn’t love cats ………………. she wasn’t happy when her husband bought twokittens home. assosincebecauseThe conjunctions as, since and because introduce the reason; so introduces the result. 6. Ravi didn’t play …………….. his illness. becauseowing todue toDue to and owing to both mean because of. 7. ……………. I was tired, I went to bed early.  AsSoBecause of The conjunction as introduces the reason. 8. She was very unhappy ……………. she missed her children. forsobecauseThe conjunctions for and because have very similar meanings. For is common in a formalwritten style.   As, Since, Because, So, Due To, Owing ToSource: www.englishgrammar.org   9. ………………. bad weather, we cancelled the trip. Due toOwing toBecause of  All of the given options are possible here. 10. …………… I was having a nice time, I decided to stay longer.  AsSoBecause of We use the conjunction 'as' to show the reason. 11. ……………. it was very cold, he put on his coat.  AsSoBecause of  12. She couldn’t walk ……………. she had broken her leg. becausebecause of due toowing toBecause of, due to and owing to are prepositions. They cannot be followed by a clause. PLAY AGAIN !  Answers 1. We stayed inside because  it was raining.2. I wanted to leave early  since  I was not enjoying the party.   As, Since, Because, So, Due To, Owing ToSource: www.englishgrammar.org3. The girl stayed at home due to  her illness.4. We were late because of   the traffic jam.5. She didn’t love cats so  she wasn’t happy when her husband brought two kittens home.6. Ravi didn’t play  owing to  his illness.7.  As  I was tired, I went to bed early.8. She was very unhappy for   she missed her children.9.  Due to  the bad weather, we cancelled the trip.10.  As  I was having a nice time, I decided to stay longer.11.  As  it was very cold, he put on his coat.12. She couldn’t walk because  she had broken her leg.
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