The Difference Between から, ので and ため: You’d Use
Apparently, “から”, “ので” and “ため” are the quite complicated words for you guys, however, I wrote what the difference between these as easy as possible. I hope you’d figure the way to use them out. Let me introduce how to correctly use them such as native speakers today!
から(kara) / ので(node) / ため(tame)
Cuz/Because/Therefore / 因为/由于/正因为 / 에서부터/그래서/때문에 / Vì/Vì…nên/Mục đích là
“から, ので and ため” mean “Cuz, Because and Therefore” and which have been used for people who explain the reason about something. The difference between “から, ので and ため” is that “から”: a person who explains the reason which is pretty emphasized with their feeling excited, “ので”: a person who politely explains the reason about something, and lastly “ため” is used for a quite formal situation, so basically people don’t use “ため” in daily conversation, even business situations as well which is often used as the written words in the books. So, when talking to someone, using “から” would be better in daily conversation. However, in business situations, you might want to use “ので”. When written a business letter or a book, using “ため” would be better.