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"as to" or "owing to"

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Hi, I'm not learning spanish but english,and I need help, could you help me?
Which sentence is correct?
Being a pop star can be quite a hard life, with a lot of travelling "as to" heavy schedules.
,with a lot of travelling "owing to" heavy schedules.
,with a lot of travelling "in relation to" heavy schedules.
Thank you . It is giving me a hard time

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updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by Martha

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El ser una estrella de rock puede ser dificil, con muchos viajes debido a horarios pesados

updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by Martha
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I agree with all of the above -- and I'm curious how is the phrase said in Spanish'

updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by Barbara-C
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My friend,

I think what you are looking for is, "due to".

Buena suerte!
BMartinez

updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by Baltazar-Martinez
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thank you very much!!!! I was breaking my head with this! Thank you again!!!

updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by Martha
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Of your choices, "owing to" is the best, but Sally is right. "Due to" would be a more common way of saying it in the US

updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by CalvoViejo
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Thank you, but they don't give me that option, they just gave me the next options
"in relation to", "as to" and "owing to"

updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by Martha
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Being a pop star can be quite a hard life, with a lot of traveling due to heavy schedules.

updated MAY 9, 2008
posted by Sally
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