Correct english sentence?
Does this sentence sound right in English?
"You can improve your English due to me."
Is it correct using "due to" in this case?
- 2 months agoFavorite Answer
No. You should replace it with " because of me ".
- Chi girlLv 71 month ago
No native English-speaker would say that.
- CeiLv 52 months ago
No it's not. "due to" is normally used in the past tense:
"You have improved your English due to me"
In the future tense you can use
"You can improve your English with me"
- Mithter T-ReckthLv 62 months ago
You could say it that way but most people would just say "I can help you improve your English"