Because – because of

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clause + because + clause
because + clause, + clause

because of + noun/ pronoun

1. Because is a conjunction. It joins two clauses together.

  • I was worried because Mary was late
  • Because I was tired, I went home

2. Because of is a preposition (used before a noun or a pronoun)

  • I was late because of the rain

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