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    Doubt about statement

    Hello; Could anyone differentiate these sentences below?

    1- Whereas it was factual in content, the televised biography of Queen Elizabeth I did not seem credible.
    2- Despite its factual content, the televised biography of Queen Elizabeth I did not seem credible.

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    Re: Doubt about statement

    Quote Originally Posted by GuilhermeRM View Post
    Hello; Could anyone differentiate these sentences below?

    1- Whereas it was factual in content, the televised biography of Queen Elizabeth I did not seem credible.
    2- Despite its factual content, the televised biography of Queen Elizabeth I did not seem credible.
    They mean more or less the same self-contradictory thing.

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