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“Because” vs. “As” When Talking About Consequences

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Scott, in Cincinnati, Ohio, notes in his work as a technical writer for a software company, that his colleagues use the word as instead of what he believes is the correct word, because. For example, in the sentenceYou must enter the customer’s name, before you enter their code, as it causes systems errors, he believes the better word is because, not as. Both are grammatically correct, however. This is part of a complete episode.

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