a Look at the sentences and read about because and also.
I walk to work every day because my house is near my office.
We go out to a restaurant for pizza every Saturday. We also have coffe there.
We use because and also to join ideas.
• Because joins two ideas in one sentence. We use because to give a reason . It answers the question Why?
A Why do you like your job?
B (Because) It’s interesting.
I like my university because classes are interesting.
He sleeps in the morning because he works at night.
• Also joins two ideas in two sentences. It means and.
He plays football and basketball. He plays tennis.
He plays football and basketball. He also plays tennis. (= He plays football, basketball and tennis.)
• We use also before the verb:
He sleeps in the morning. He also sleeps in the afternoon.
• We use also after be:
I’m a teacher I’m also a singer.
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