ETC

In a room of thesis defense, A student is asked by professor. Prof. : _Your thesis is interesting enough. But I find more ETC’s on you writing. Would you explain these?_ Alex : _Hmmm… Actually, these reffer to my ability doing the writing. ETC means…_ E = End of T = Thinking C = Capacity 😁 _etc. = et cetera_ ====================

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Because or Because of

#Simple Grammatical Usage *Because VS Because of* *Because* is followed by complete clause as sub-clause. Clause consists of S + Verb or S + tobe. Eg. I will mis you _because_ you are my best friend. You will pass the exam _because_ you study hard. *Because of* is not followed by clause but it should be followed by noun, noun phrase or gerund directly. Eg. They love you _because of_ the money. She was happy _because of_ his good score. She sings a song loudly _because of_ feeling happy.

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