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So, so that, because (p.2)

Often times people confuse “so” or “because.” “So” indicates the result, “because” indicates the reason. Essentially they are used for opposite purposes.

The bed was terrible, so we couldn’t sleep.

We couldn’t sleep because the bed was terrible.

  1. It was raining, I drove to work.
  2. She quit her job her boss was terrible.
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