“Due to” is correct in English. It has a similar meaning to “because” or “for this reason”.
“Do to” is incorrect in this context.
Due to(Meaning and Use)
“Due to” functions as an adjective and therefore describes or adds information about nouns.
The match was canceled due to the weather.
We are here due to the help of our teachers.
What can I say instead of due to?
“Because of” has a similar meaning but is used differently. “Because of” is used as an adverb and therefore modifies verbs.
“Caused by” or “as a result of” are possible phrases that you can use instead of “due to”
Is due to formal?
Yes “due to” is quite formal and is usually used in announcements.
Can I start a sentence with due to?
Technically, you are not supposed to start a sentence with “due to” but in reality many people do.
Is due to bad English?
No “due to” is not bad English. “Due to” is perfectly acceptable in Engish.
“Do to” is incorrect when used in the context of ” as a result of”.
Many people make this mistake because “due” and “do” sound very similar.
“Do to” can be found in some sentences usually beginning with the question word “what” and when we are looking for a solution.
What can we do to save the planet?
What can we do to help the monkeys?
Due to the fact or Do to the fact?
“Due to the fact” is correct and you should not use “do to the fact”
Due to something or Do to something?
“Due to something” is correct and you should not use “do to something”
Due to the weather or Do to weather?
“Due to the weather” is correct and you should not use “do to the weather”