"Que" en lugar de "porque"

Alan

Kwiziq community member

20 June 2018

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"Que" en lugar de "porque"

Do Spaniards use this because it's quicker and 'neater' to say? So that they can get their meaning across even more rapidly!!

This relates to:
Using que to express cause -

Inma

Kwiziq language super star

20 June 2018

20/06/18

Hola Alan,

That is a good question! To be honest, I don't think that is the reason. It is simply one of the many uses of "que" in Spanish. You could also use "como" with the same function (=porque). See this example: "Como ha ganado mucho dinero, va a comprarse un coche nuevo" (Because he won a lot of money, he is buying a new car.) 

Un saludo

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