Am I wrong? but it was always drilled into me that consequences are owing to an action rather than due to an action.
I guess it’s like the split infinitive. Acceptable in modern life…but like a pebble in a shoe, difficult to ignore.
I was thinking of this as Ms. ****** ****** MW was roundly dissing a recent tasting analysis I had posted on the WSET Diploma course. Unduly sensitive though I may be, I could not help thinking that though my analysis may not be perfect, nor was her English…
Three “due to’s” in a single paragraph.
Answers on a post card.