LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||06/FEV/2006 3:49 PM|
|Assunto:||2 doubts: "following" and "due to&a|
@ Chiko Sanchez
In no way should we use the word doubt for question, even less so for a grammar question. You might like to check (search) the forum's past messages for any previous topics on the difference.
Now regarding the word "following," I would suggest the following:
A list of my favorite fruits follows:
- I can´t buy the P4 processor "due to" the expensive price
I can't buy... because it cost too much money.
I can't buy... because I can't afford one.
- I want to buy a new car, but i can´t "due to" the price
I want to buy... but I cannot because it costs a lot of money.
I want to buy... but I cannot afford one.
I won't buy... because I cannot afford one.
Of course, other people's suggestions may sound better.
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