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How to Start a Sentence with Because

 
In grade school, many students are taught that it is wrong to start a sentence with the word "because". Why teachers perpetuate this "white lie" is because young students often will write something like, "today I went to the Park. Because it was sunny. I had a swell time, "and believe that it is correct.

When students later go on to the middle or high school, they will often stubbornly right person properly begin a sentence with "because" and they find it hard to accept the fact that they were misinformed for so long.

This article shows you the steps to correctly start a sentence with "because" and discusses the linguistic why it may be correct to do so. You can find more discussions on InternetDict.com.

1. Grammar, we have what are called independent clauses and dependent clauses. An independent clause in the simplest terms, is a group of words that form a valid sentence on its own. An example would be, "Giada threw mascarpone cheese in Rachael". The sentence has a subject, a verb, and in this case, an object as well.

2. A dependent clause is a group of words that do not qualify even as a statement. This is often the case when the term begins with a connection (connection Word) as "because", or "If" or "when." For example, the sentence, "Because I'm hungry" is not a sentence on its own. It has a subject and verb, which is all one sentence needs, but the fact that it starts with a conjunction means that something else, namely a self-contained provision must follow.

3. As a second example, the sentence "Although it was a good day" is a dependent clause and not a sentence on its own, but it will be a phrase, when combined with the independent clause ", the Park was completely empty.". We combine the dependent and independent clauses with a comma.

4. In order to address the topic of the article, the following statement is fully valid: "Because it was raining, I decided to take my umbrella." It follows the rule explained above. It is completely wrong to say that it is not a statement, just because it starts with the word "because".

5. Students and of course business writers should feel completely fit with this concept. Writing becomes more interesting when we use a combination of dependent and independent clauses in accordance with the grammatical rules. Due to this fact, we should try to do it!
 
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