News to me.
Check out this site: http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/inspite.html
Is there such a use? If yes, why do you use it instead of "despite the fact that"? If no, what about these sentences?
- Only touch screen navigation, no spot light : despite of the fact that it shoot better without it than others
- Despite of the fact that you listen their music or not, there are some things that are eternal, which is obvious in this case.
- Somebody who has yet to pack it in is Howard Dean. He is defiantly staying in this race, despite of the fact that he's done poorly just about everywhere.
Thanks.Originally Posted by Casiopea