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    #1

    Question '...due to some reasons...'?

    Hi all,
    Would it be alright to use 'due to' with 'reasons' in a sentence?




    Thank you a lot!
    Last edited by Mehrgan; 25-Dec-2011 at 13:32.

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    Re: '...due to some reasons...'?

    No.

    ... for some reason.
    ... for the following reasons ...
    ... because ...


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