I am not sure which one sounds better between in spite of time shortage and in spite of the shortage of time. Or do you have any other suggestions? Also, if you find any mistakes, could you please correct them?
1. I really appreciate your help in arranging tickets and ( the ?)accommodation in spite of the shortage of time. ( in spite of time shortage)
2. I am mainly responsible for the CSR part and I know through the personnel a correspondence course paper.
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I f you nwant to use 'in spite of', the second one sounds better.