What is the difference between since and because?

'Since' refers to both cause and time; 'because' refers to cause.
'Since' is used when the reason is already well known.
For example: Since I live in America, I speak English with an accent.
'Since' refers to time. For example: I have known him since 2010.
'Because' is used when the reason is the most important part of the sentence.
For example: I studied hard because I wanted to do well in the exams.

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 We use 'because' when referring to cause and 'since' when referring to time .
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