+0

Is the phrase "due to some reasons" correct?

Thanks!

+0

It is a grammatical sequence of words, in that it has a preposition followed by a noun phrase, making a prepositional phrase.

However, I cannot think of a context in which it could be reasonably used.

Comments  
tamguatlayIs the phrase "due to some reasons" correct?

You are asking me to imagine every possible sentence that that sequence of words could appear in and judge their correctness. I have now done this, and the answer is no.

Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Would "for some reasons" be correct?
tamguatlay Would "for some reasons" be correct?

I see you didn't get my little joke. I have to stop doing that. Please present a complete sentence.

 AlpheccaStars's reply was promoted to an answer.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Will the following sentence, "For some reasons, he refused to tell me the truth." be acceptable? Thanks!
tamguatlay Will the following sentence, "For some reasons, he refused to tell me the truth." be acceptable? Thanks!

Thank you. It is possible, but I would very much expect "For some reason …." "Reasons" sounds like you are not fluent. If you needed to speak of more than one reason, I think you would have to say "For many reasons" or "For several reasons".