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    • Join Date: May 2006
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    For or Due to

    Please tell me whether I should use "for" or "due to" in the sentence below. Thank you.

    I am sorry for the delay of your incoming e-mail, for (or due to) whatever the reasons.

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    Re: For or Due to

    You don't really need either.

    I'm sorry for the delay, whatever the reasons.


    I'm sorry for the delay, regardless of the reasons.


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