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English Tip of the Day: 179 However, nevertheless, nonetheless

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However, nevertheless, nonetheless

Usage Tip

'However', 'nevertheless', and 'nonetheless' convey the same unexpected result. 'However', 'nevertheless' and 'nonetheless' are more formal and are usually used only in writing. These words are known as connective adverbs. In other words, they introduce an idea that connects to the preceding sentence.

Example Sentences

We're having difficulties with the project. Nevertheless, we'll finish on time.
We've been working hard all week. However, we'll have to continue next week as well.

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