I am familiar with the sentence structure "因为。。。所以。。。," but what is the correct way to say "I am [doing something] because [reason]"?
For example, "I am asking this question because I am clueless."
Does "因为。。。所以。。。" still apply in this case?
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To answer the question:
has Chines equivalent, which preserves the same sentence order, as:
Though, I am not sure if
But normally, I would say
Or, to add blaming emotion into the sentence:
I think “因为。。。所以。。。” still applies in this case. Or you could say “我。。。是因为。。。”
As long as there is a cause and effect logic in the sentence, "因为...所以..." applies. Therefore, the below situations all mean "因为...所以..."
A because B
B, therefore/hence/so, A
B causes/contributes to/leads to A