#GrammarTrivia: “due to”

due to” is used to express reason and cause. It is similar in meaning to “because of” or “owing to”. e.g.:

  1. Her success was due to hard work.
  2. Due to bad weather, the flight is cancelled.
  3. It is expensive, due to rarity.

Compiled and written by at on September 11, 2011

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