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- Nevertheless = “despite that”
- X, nevertheless Y.
- Despite X, Y.
- means “compared with the fact that”
- This is not to show something is surprising. For something surprising, we would use ‘yet’ or ‘even though’.
- Even though we’ve had a lot of problems, I’m still pleased with the house.
- What is the answer to the question?
- “According to…”
- In academic writing, do we use “I think” before we make a point?
- e.g. “I think that Lacie used to have a good relationship with her brother.”
I think thatLacie used to have a good relationship with her brother.”
- Some things that her brother said to Lacie show that they used to have a good relationship.
- This is moving beyond CM as “my opinion” and towards CM as personal insight and analysis.