I wrote the following sentence:
On the other hand, there would be many downsides of communicating in just one language globally.
Grammarly premium in academic mod suggested re-writing it as:
On the other hand, there would be many downsides to communicating in just one language globally.
Then I checked dictionaries and found these sentences:
The downside of living here, of course, is that it is expensive. (https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/downside)
The downside of all this success is that I don't get to spend much time with my family.(https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/downside?q=downside)
After looking the dictionaries up I thought that what Grammarly suggest is wrong.
Is it 'downside of something' or 'downside to something'?