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Xismy19996
How can I make this more natural? I will definitely pass with a satisfactory mark, but that mark nevertheless be satisfying for me.
Jun 23, 2013 2:14 AM
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I'm not sure why you would say something like "nevertheless" in this sentence. The idea that you receive a satisfactory mark indicates that you will be satisfied. I would say, "I will pass with a satisfactory mark, so I will be satisfied with that." If, for some reason, a satisfactory mark is considered a bad mark, then I would say, "I will definitely pass with a satisfactory mark, but that mark, nevertheless, will be satisfying for me."
June 24, 2013
1. I will definitely pass with a satisfactory mark. Nevertheless, it will still be satisfying. 2. Though I will be getting a satisfactory mark, I will be satisfied nonetheless. 3. I will definitely be getting a satisfactory mark. However, I will be satisfied nevertheless.
June 23, 2013
Although I will pass with a satisfactory mark, I will be glad I did. Sorry I don't understand the nevertheless part
June 23, 2013
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