Emilio Ortega
Because, for, since, as I've read that since and as are used interchangeably in this context (cause and consequence)

But BECAUSE has a different connotation

And for is used the same than Because but it's more formal

So my question is what I read is true ?

Can I say

I'm leaving as I'm tired


As I'm tired I'm leaving


Why are you leaving ?

Because/AS I'm tired...

Apr 10, 2019 6:43 PM
Comments · 1
Of the options listed, “Because I’m tired” would be the most common response. All three would be easily understood but “I’m leaving as I’m tired” doesn’t sound like something a native English speaker would normally say. If I were making a comment and not answering a question I would probably say “since I’m tired, I’m leaving now” or something like that. Hopefully this helps!! ¡Saludos desde Atlanta Georgia!
April 10, 2019
Emilio Ortega
Language Skills
English, Spanish
Learning Language