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Are both sentences OK and the same meaning? "I like her so much despite appearances." and "I like her so much despite it appears otherwise."
22 Oca 2016 22:53
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"I like her so much despite appearances" is fine, but 'I like her so much despite **what it may appear**" sounds more natural. "I like her so much despite **the fact that** it appears otherwise" sounds better. And yes, they both mean the same thing.
22 Ocak 2016
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