Because comes before the cause or reason:
Because I was late, I missed the train.
I missed the train because I was late.
comes before the result:
He studied hard, so he passed the test.
at the sentences. Write "because" or "so." (8 points)
1. I was late meeting
I missed the train.
2. I have to work,
I can't go with you tomorrow.
3. I forgot my
I need to borrow one.
I couldn't find my homework this morning, I did it again.
5. I'd really like
to go, but I can't
I'll be out of town.
6. I've been very
I haven't had time to call.
7. He won't be
able to take a long vacation
he has a new job.
8. We don't have
let's finish this tomorrow.
9. I don't have
could you pay for the coffee?
the sentences. Write the pairs of words. (7 points)
lends promise reason
1. If you want
to use your friend's car, you have to (1)
You borrow the car; your friend (2)
it to you.
2. When you say
"I'm sorry," you (3)
If you say why, you're making an (4)
3. When you ask
to borrow something, you should give a
If you say you'll return it for sure tomorrow, you are making a
4. When you do
things for school at your house, you're doing
When you're cleaning your home, that's (8)