what's the difference between " for one's sake" and "because of" i came back for your sake i came back because of you when to use these?
Oct 19, 2019 6:59 PM
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For your sake means for your benefit whereas I came back because of you doesn’t mean for your benefit. It implies that it is for the speaker’s benefit. Ex: I came back for your sake. (I came back because I knew you’d be alone all evening and I know you don’t like to be alone.) I came back because of you. (Because of my great love for you.)
October 19, 2019
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