So and because are commonly used conjunctions in English. They are used for a particular reasons and in a particular situations. So is a coordinating conjunction. It shows the effect/result/purpose. Because is a subordinating conjunction. It shows the cause/reason. Both are used at the middle, to join two different sentences systematically.
It was raining heavily so we didn’t go out.
We didn’t go out because it was raining heavily.
So indicates the effect/result/purpose of action
John was ill so he couldn’t attend the meeting.
We have holidays for two weeks so we planed to visit India.
I studied hard so I passed the exam with good marks.
Because indicates the cause/reason of action
Clara was very happy because she had won the prize.
My father scolded me because I was late.
He can’t talk well because he is frightened.
‘SO…THAT’ / ‘TOO…TO’
EXCLAMATORY / ASSERTIVE
‘TOO’ / ‘ENOUGH’
UNLESS / IF…NOT
AS SOON AS / NO SOONER…THAN
Types of NOUNS
Types of PRONOUNS
Types of ADJECTIVES
Types OF VERBS
In spite of / Despite