Use of Because, Since, As, For online Test

I have gone to the movie ________ I like the cast.
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_______ you know, I was the first person to do this.
Since
Becuase
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______ it is an issue, it has to be taken care of at the earliest.
Becuase
Since
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He went to the bar _______ he was thirsty
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___________ I already had the experience in this field, I am expecting to get a channce agaiin.
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We went to the market ___________ we were out of food at home.
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_____ the force was tremendous, it fell quicky.
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________ the project is large, it would take an year to complete.
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Becuase
I would get to know the reason, ________ I know him.
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_____ you are elder than me, I ought to respect you.
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Usage of Becuase, For, Since and For Becuase: - It is generally used as the second clause of the sentence. As: When the reason is already know. Generally used at the beginning of the sentence. Since:- For formal reasons that are already know. Generally used at the beginning of the sentence. For:- The reason is less impportant and is given at the end of the sentence
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In the English language, because, since, for, as are used to give reasons. These usage is different as per where the reason is mentioned in the sentence, at the beginning, in the middle or at the end. Try this English Language Test to improve your grammatical skills in basic writing and speaking for IELTS exam.

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Joe Blattert

May be a great grammar test, but the spelling was absolutely atrocious...

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