Reason vs. Cause
Now, since I'm pretty sure you've enjoyed learning about these confusing words, I thought why not continue it? Wanna go on? Let's go.
What Is Their Main Difference?
Both point out why something happened. However, 'reason' is broader in meaning and it deals with intellectualism and it offers an explanation or a justification, whereas, 'cause' indicates the thin or person that gives rise to another thing.
As stated above, 'reason' mainly signifies explaining something through thinking and intellectualism. It indicates why something happened. Check out the examples below:
The manager has resigned and the
There's no doubt a
'Cause', on the other hand, refers to the thing that make a particular event, occurrence, etc. happen. Look at the examples below:
What do you think are the
One of the main
As mentioned above, both deal with the origins of something. Check ou the examples below:
Among the common
Are They Inteerchangeable?
Although they both refer to why something happened, they cannot be used interchangeably because, just as I mentioned above, 'reason' deals more with intellectualism. Compare:
✓ I believe you have good
X I believe you have good
This example is wrong.