Can I use these both? I may lose my job for this. I may lose my job because of this.
Sep 4, 2018 10:41 PM
Answers · 2
Both are natural. "..for" To me sounds as if you have not done the action/thing yet, or it's currently happening right now. "..because of" Sounds like the action/thing has been completed already However, that is just my personal interpretation when dissecting the differences. In fact, they have the same meaning and are completely interchangeable without any difference in meaning or implication.
September 4, 2018
Still haven’t found your answers?
Write down your questions and let the native speakers help you!