Correct spelling, explanation: because is spelled with an a as in Latin origin, causa (reason). In Middle English, it was a two-word expression bi cause (by cause). This is the reason for spelling the word because and not
Definition of because:
conjunction, by the cause of, for the reason that
I didn’t go to work yesterday because I was sick.
Jason can’t come with us today because he has a dentist’s appointment.
Incorrect spelling, explanation: the core word for this conjunction is the noun cause, derived from Latin causa, reason. The spelling of cause points to spelling because, not
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