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    Is it OK with "although"?

    Hi,

    It's given four options: although, but, however, nevertheless to put one of them in the gap of the next sentence

    " ... many feel that the study of body language can be over-simplistic, there is some evidence to show that some postures and movements indicate typical emotional states clearly."


    It seems to me "although" is best option.

    Denis.

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    Re: Is it OK with "although"?

    Yes

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