1) This is where he spent his free time, forhe had nowhere else to go.
2) I missed the train because I did not arrive at the station on time.
3) He did not mention it as he did not want to worry you!
Which word do you prefer to use in order to tell a story? or even to make a statement about something?
Let's have a discussion over this matter, shall we?!
I think ¨for¨ and ¨as¨ are often interchangeable, but sometimes one will ¨sound more odd¨ than the other and I could not think of examples. Here is a link where some people tried to explain more
That puzzed me too, Luiz !!!
Still remember my poor high school English teacher tried her best to tell us the difference between "for", "as" and "because", but that didnt make any sense to me at all.
@Susan, is "for" and "as" exchangable?