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    Although x In spite of

    Please, what to use in this sentence:

    ......... the problems are numerous, we must still try to solve them.
    A) In spite of
    B) Although

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    Re: Although x In spite of

    B. Although.


    You could say "In spite of the numerous problems......." but "although" is better.

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