Tip of the Day:
An adverb clause using 'because' can precede or follow the independent clause it relates to. Notice that a sentence begun with a 'because' clause is followed by a comma. In the case that a 'because' clause finishes the sentence, no comma is used.
He was late for work because he overslept.
Because they often go golfing, they work half time.
Quiz of the Day - Newspaper Reading and Writing:
This lesson focuses on calling students' attention to this type of writing style on a deeper, grammatical level. It ends with students writing up their own short articles with a follow-up listening comprehension opportunity.
English Worksheet of the Day - Check Cashing - Deposit Policies:
Intermediate level business English reading comprehension with follow quiz concerning check cashing and deposit policies.