Transforming sentences using Because, But and Although
We can use these connectors whenever we want to show the reason of an action, to express different ideas, or to reveal a surprising outcome! Even as we use these words frequently, it can be rather tricky to differentiate between them.
Example. Sarah does not want to wash her hands. Her hands are dirty.
➜ Sarah’s hands are dirty but she does not want to wash her hands.
➜ Sarah does not want to wash her hands although they are dirty.
The sentences cannot be written in reverse order. Do you know why?
Check out how to use the connectors correctly with these clear steps!