Therefore, or, therefor,

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It rained, therefore, the sports meeting was put off.

I have never been to Beijing. Therefore, I don't know much about it.

I am confused about the use of punctuation of "therefor". They are the same or not?
  • Cagey

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    You have spelled the word correctly for the meaning it has in your sample sentence. :)
    Therefor is a different word.

    Here is a previous thread that discusses the difference:
    therefor therefore
    If it doesn't answer your question, you are welcome to add to the end.
    I am closing this one.

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