Since ; through Hello,everyone Economy is one powerful motive for camping, since after the initial outlay upon equipment,or through hiring it, the total expense can be far less than the cost of hotels. Could I use "because" in place of"since" and "by" in place of"through" in this sentence? what's different between "since"and "because" or " though" and"by"? Thanks in advance !
Aug 9, 2014 6:00 AM
Answers · 1
Yes, to both of those.
August 9, 2014
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