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Someone asked me if it is possible to use the word 'Because' three times, consecutively, in the same sentence. The person claimed the answer to be - "No sentence can end with 'because' because, 'because' is a conjunction."
Upon being told that it was a very generic (read lame) way of doing it because of having used quotes, the person wouldn't accept it. How do I put my point forth? Please help
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Is it possible to use it like: "I love you because you are lovely, because you are beautiful and because you are smart"?

Yes, but the thread is about using 'because' three times consecutively.

I love "because", because "because" is a conjunction.

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I can nowunderstand

You cannot start a sentence with because because because is a conjunction.

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You cannot start a sentence with because because because is a conjunction.

And yet not all of these are wrong:

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Because of heavy rain, the roads are flooded.