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Is the word "perché" used both to ask questions and to give an answer? Or is there another way to make this differentiation?
In English, for example, "why" and "because" are used, in Italian is there anything similar?

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Is the word "perché" used both to ask questions and to give an answer? Or is there another way to make this differentiation? 
In English, for example, "why" and "because" are used, in Italian is there anything similar?
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