What Can I Start A Sentence With Instead Of Because
What Can I Start A Sentence With Instead Of Because. And, but, and because as sentence starters. “sometimes.” eric c on october 14, 2009 12:53 am.
Put a comma after the transition word. Arguably, your sentence should be punctuated as “because” is a conjunction (or single quotes instead of double), so you started your sentence with “because” and not with because. When you flip the order of your clauses and put a comma between them, your sentence will start with “because” and still be correct.
Beginning Sentences With “And And “But” Is Lazy Writing.
If you’re using it conversationally to answer a spoken or unspoken “why” question. The main clause can come first or last; “because of my broken leg, i had to get crutches.” there is nothing wrong with that.
Just Because You Can Do Something Doesn’t Mean You Should.
Because the bus broke down, we were late to school. because i'm trying to lose weight, please don't offer me ice cream. I’m sure you know that when you use a subordinate and main clause, you can reverse the order of the sentence. I like going to the beach.