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Word of the Week

Because


Meaning for the reason that something happened.


Example of using it in a sentence "I am going to go swimming at the pool this week because it is too cold to swim outdoors."


This root word has come from Middle English - by cause and Old French - by reason of which became: because.


Spelling tip: we are going to learn this word using a sentence. It does not matter which sentence you use as long as you remember the letter sequence correctly. If you know any different ones, please share.


big elephants cause accidents under small elephants


big elephants can't always use small exits


big elephants can always understand small elephants


Use the word as many times throughout the week. This can be verbally, in your written work or listen out for other people using it.


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