due to it is being vs. due to being

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One Heart

Senior Member
Egyptian Arabic
1. An item was excluded due to it is being ambiguous.
2. An item was excluded due to it being ambiguous.
3. An item was excluded due to being ambiguous.

I prefer 3. I don't know what you think.
 
  • perpend

    Banned
    American English
    It would be really helpful to hear more about the context that involves this "item".
     
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