What Is Their Main Difference?
When we want to show the reason why something happens, we can use 'why' or 'because.'
'Because' is mainly used to answer the questions that are asked by 'why.'
We can also use 'that is why' instead of 'because' as showed in the dialogue below:
As you can see in the example above, 'that is why' is used before the result and not before the reason.
We can also use 'why' after the noun 'reason' to express reason and result.
You might also like
When vs. Once
'When' and 'once' are used to express time but what is their difference and when to use each of them? In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
When vs. What time
'When' and 'what time' are used to ask questions about the time of events that already occurred or will occur in the future. In this lesson, we will learn more.
How vs. Why
'How' and 'why' are wh-words commonly used in the English language. In this lesson, we will learn more about these words and their similarities and differences.
Anytime vs. Any Time
As you can see, 'anytime' and 'any time' are quite similar, but it's better if you learn the little details. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Attain vs. Obtain
In this lesson, we're going to compare 'obtain' and 'attain'. If you want to make progress in the English language, learning these details might help you.