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  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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