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    Can 'due to' be followed by 'reasons'?

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    Is the part in bold correct? Can 'due to' be followed by 'reasons'?

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    Re: Can 'due to' be followed by 'reasons'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    You are not logged in or you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:

    Is the part in bold correct? Can 'due to' be followed by 'reasons'?

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    I'd say yes.

    PHRASES

    due to/for reasons beyond someone’s control:
    used for saying that you are not responsible for something that has happened, especially when you are sorry about it

    Due to reasons beyond our control, all flights are suffering delays.

    reason - definition of reason by Macmillan Dictionary


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    Re: Can 'due to' be followed by 'reasons'?

    I agree with that.

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