becauseconjunctionuk /bɪˈkəz/ /bɪˈkɒz/ us /bɪˈkɑːz/
- He hated being in the army because he had to obey commands.
- The journey was quite quick because the road was clear.
- I didn't tell her that he was late because I didn't want to cause her any alarm.
- Patients were discharged from hospital because the beds were needed by other people.
- I almost missed my flight because there was a long queue in the duty-free shop.