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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #62392: Due / owing to
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    Due / owing to


    1) Due: is used with time and  means ' expected'

       Ex:            The match is due to start at 10.00 a.m.


    2) Due to:  means 'a result of'.

       Ex:             The accident was due to carelessness.


    3) Owing to:   means 'because of'.

    Ex:               Owing to his problems he thinks too much.


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    1. Jane is to come at six.

    2. His bad situation was his lies.

    3. your lies you are now in a bad situation.

    4. The race is to start in ten minutes.

    5. your negative way of thinking you lost your friends.

    6. Your English is better Anglaisfacile.

    7. When is your train to arrive ?

    8. his carelessness we had an accident.

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