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    difference between because of and due to

    Hi everybody,
    Could somebody help and explain the difference between because of and due to.
    Thank you very much in advance

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    Re: difference between because of and due to

    They are the same, in that they require an indirect object that is a substantive. But "because" can subordinate a clause, unlike "due to". Many native speakers make this latter error, sadly.

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