Reason with Because

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Reason with Because

Do not use because after the reason. Use the reason plus that, or else rewrite the sentence.

The word because starts adverb clauses, but the noun reason needs an adjective modifier. The word that introduces adjective clauses which modify nouns.

Incorrect: The reason he left is because he was frustrated.

Correct: The reason he left is that he was frustrated.

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