Cause slightly broken

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  • Chez

    Senior Member
    English English
    Yes, Keith's correct.

    'Cause should have an apostrophe of omission in front of it since it is a shortened version of because.

    This abbreviation is often used by English speakers and is sometimes written as 'cos because that's closer to how most people pronounce it.

    e.g. I can't come out tonight 'cos I've got too much homework.
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