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Could you take a look at the sentences 1 to 6? And tell me if it is OK. What's the captital of Germany now? --Bonn or Berlin? 1. It's BERLIN, and not Bonn. 2. It's BERLIN, but not Bonn. 3. It's BERLIN; however, not Bonn. 4. It's BERLIN. However, it's not Bonn. 5. It's BERLIN; nevertheless, not Bonn. 6. It's BERLIN. Nevertheless, it's not Bonn.
Dec 12, 2007 1:24 AM
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I would say, " It's Berlin, not Bonn"
December 12, 2007
number one answers the question most correctly. Number two is not as common as number one, but it is still good spoken English. Grammatically, all of the sentences are correct, but a native speaker probably wouldn't use answers 3 to 6.
December 12, 2007
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