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    INSPITE/DESPITE

    Hello sir/mam

    1.Would you please distinguise the two words and how they differ?

    2.Where we may use?

    3.Notify the prepositons we can use with them and suggest how come?
    Last edited by razamohd; 13-Aug-2009 at 06:59.

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    Re: INSPITE/DESPITE

    Quote Originally Posted by razamohd View Post
    Hello sir/mam

    1.Would you please distingiuse the two words and how they differ?

    2.Where we may use?

    3.Notify the prepositons we can use with them and suggest how come?
    It's 'in spite', two words, and despite. They both mean the same and are essentially interchangeable. 'In spite' is used with 'of' and 'despite' is used alone. "In spite of the weather..." "Despite the weather..."

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