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Contrasting ConnectorPlay
Use 'nevertheless' to show contrast between two statements or to introduce a contradictory point. SlideHe was very tired; nevertheless, he finished the work.
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Formal WritingPlay
'Nevertheless' is common in formal writing, like academic papers, reports, or business correspondence. SlideThe project was fraught with challenges; nevertheless, we achieved our goals.
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Emphasis on ContinuationPlay
'Nevertheless' emphasizes persistence or determination despite difficulties or setbacks. SlideShe was advised against it; nevertheless, she decided to proceed.