Learn English – use comma after “because” in the middle of the sentence

grammar

Is the following comma after "because" correct or not?

I don't like flowers because, they smell bad.

If not, why?


For reference, my full sentence:

An effective leader is who connects skills and personalities which are shaped by experience, and not always realistic to leadership expectations without sex difference because, accomplishment oriented development efforts in American culture and are often effective whether qualities of traits are masculine or feminine as long as has empathetic influence towards tasks.

Best Answer

No, you can't, but you can say this instead:

I don't like flowers, because they smell bad.

Anyway it doesn't sound natural, but it's correct. It's better if you say

I don't like flowers because they smell bad.