Wording error?

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Wording error?

The intro says "Aunque, generally translated as although, even if, or despite of". I'm not sure there's any English construction "despite of", I think you may be conflating "despite" with "in spite of". As far as I can think of, these two phrases are used pretty interchangeably in English. 

Asked 2 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola R,

yes, thanks; that was a typo. It has been corrected.

Inma

Wording error?

The intro says "Aunque, generally translated as although, even if, or despite of". I'm not sure there's any English construction "despite of", I think you may be conflating "despite" with "in spite of". As far as I can think of, these two phrases are used pretty interchangeably in English. 

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