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  • 1. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Expressing expected and unexpected outcomes Unexpected Result (although) vs. Expected Result (because) www.upcatreview.com
  • 2. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Because and although are listed as conjunctions in the dictionary. More commonly, they are described as quot;adverbialsquot; because they introduce an adverbial clause or phrase that modifies the verb of the main clause by telling quot;Why?quot; or quot;Why not?quot;. www.upcatreview.com
  • 3. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Two types of outcomes can be expressed: because — introduces a reason: an expected, predictable or logical outcome although — introduces an unexpected, unpredictable or illogical outcome www.upcatreview.com
  • 4. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Because it was snowing, he wore his winter pants. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME Though it was snowing, he was biking in his shorts. www.upcatreview.com
  • 5. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Since he was cold, he put on a parka. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME Although he was cold, he wore only a T-shirt. www.upcatreview.com
  • 6. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Now that it is snowing, we'll have to wear warmer clothes. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME Even though there was snow, the schools remained open. www.upcatreview.com
  • 7. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Inasmuch as it is snowing, we'll have to delay the event. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME In spite of the fact that it was raining, we went on a picnic. www.upcatreview.com
  • 8. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME For the reason that it is snowing, we'll have to stay inside. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME It was snowing, yet we went outside and played. www.upcatreview.com
  • 9. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Due to the cold temperature, the pipes froze. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME In spite of the cold temperature, the pipes did not freeze. www.upcatreview.com
  • 10. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME On account of the bad weather, people stayed indoors. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME Despite the bad weather, people were out and about. www.upcatreview.com
  • 11. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Owing to the bad weather, mail service way delayed. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME Regardless of bad weather, the mail is delivered. www.upcatreview.com
  • 12. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Because the meal was very salty, I drank a lot of water. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME Although the meal was very salty, I ate it all. www.upcatreview.com
  • 13. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although Connectors introducing: AN EXPECTED OUTCOME Because I didn't get home until 2 o'clock in the morning, I was really sleepy in class today. VS AN UNEXPECTED OUTCOME Although I was really sleepy in class today, I got an A on the test. www.upcatreview.com
  • 14. English Item 07-07 Source: Grammar-Quizzes.Com Because vs Although should be “although” since “because” expresses a reason behind the result of something www.upcatreview.com

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