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    Default No matter (of)?

    No matter of the difficulties, working and cooperating with the research staff there was an exceptional experience.

    Should i use matter of the difficulties or matter the difficulties

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    Default Re: No matter (of)?

    Quote Originally Posted by dervast View Post
    No matter of the difficulties, working and cooperating with the research staff there was an exceptional experience.

    Should i use matter of the difficulties or matter the difficulties
    No matter the difficulties (that I faced), working and cooperating with the research staff there was an exceptional experience (for me).

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