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‘but’ or ‘however’?

But and however are both used with a contrasting ‘unexpected’ clause. Example: I don’t like him, but I agree that he is a good manager. I don’t like him. However, I agree that he is a good manager. Note the difference now. But is a conjunction. It joins two clauses, and comes at the beginning … Continue reading

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