How do you use the phrase in spite of in a sentence?
(The phrase in spite of means despite or notwithstanding, where one statement or condition is at odds with another, or even seemingly contradictory. Despite of is incorrect English.)
"I lost the contest, in spite of the fact that I practiced more than anyone else."
"In spite of the fact that it was snowing, the day was surprisingly warm."
"The ship sank in spite of our efforts to keep it afloat."
"In spite of the killer workout that I knew was going to break me, I still pushed through it without making a single excuse."
"In spite of the inclement weather, President Harrison wore no hat or heavy coat."
"We all liked her, in spite of her overbearing parents."
"The dishes were easy to clean, in spite of the dirt that they had accumulated."
He acted out of spite.
In spite of the tsunami's in Tokyo I still want to go.
No, "in spite" is two words.
No. The phrase "in spite of" is a preposition meaning despite.
In spite of the scandal, his reputation remained untarnished.
Spite means hatred or ill will. Here's an example: Seeing him holding the teddy bear she had wanted to win filled the girl with spite.
i might not be able to use the phrase in a sentence.
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He acted out of spite
you just did.
Do i have to use reciprocate in a sentence?
Your question is a sentence and contains the phrase "feature article." (The above is another example of using the phrase in a sentence.)
You would use 'me' in this case. You use 'I' when you are the subject of the sentence, and 'me' when you are the object of the sentence or the phrase, as in this case. Subject of sentence: I was going to get a picture. Object of phrase: I was going to get a picture of Kaeleah and me. Object of sentence: It was Kaeleah and me in the picture.
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Walk humbly with your god is a famous phrase.
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After the phrase 'I killed a...' :)
That phrase is from another era.
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The phrase 'in spite of' means despite, regardless of, in defiance of, or notwithstanding. Examples of usage include: I got to work on time in spite of the traffic jam on the bridge. She went to the mall in spite of her parents grounding her.
I is used for the subject of a sentence or phrase; me is used as the object of a sentence or phrase. Example: He gave me the book. I will give the book to you. I am going to the mall; will you come with me?
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Closed circulation is a phrase that the person asking this question doesn't know how to use in a sentence
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Yes. There is no word or phrase in English that cannot begin or end a sentence.
what is prepositional phrase in this sentence at the Japanese restaurant both of us ordered tempura
The phrase would be better as "one impetus."
[The phrase based off is an improper form derived from the phrase "based on."]
In this sentence is the prepositional phrase in that sentence.
The question sentence does not have a prepositional phrase. One that does is "Is there a prepositional phrase in this sentence?"
"Despite of" is not a grammatically correct phrase. Perhaps you mean "In spite of" or simply "Despite." "In spite of" is an alternate for "Despite".
if you mean as in use them in a sentence, they are prepositions which matk the beginning of a prepositional phrase. what does this have to do with relationships?
Using the word hang up in a sentence is not possible as written because it is a phrase. Correct use of the phrase: Please hang up the phone, the house is burning down.
a sentence phrase is a"sentence "that funtions as a phrase in the sentence. For example: I'm tired of his saying " I'm out of money".
The word is spelled nonetheless. It means "in spite of". I fought with my brother, but nonetheless, I went to his birthday party.
Yes. There is no word or phrase in English that cannot begin -or end - a sentence.
No, because that is a phrase, and not a sentence.
It is used when a person does something even when he has been forewarned about something or, when a person repeats a mistake though he was punished for the same, before. For example, "In spite of telling him not to come, John came today." Or, "Mindy went out to play in spite of getting scolded the previous time". "In Spite Of" also means the same as "despite".
You would not use 'reason out' as a phrase in a sentence, the juxtaposition of those to words together is not good English.
First, you must know the meaning of a word or a phrase before you can use it in a sentence. Then it will be easy.
Notwithstanding means 'in spite of.' For example, "Notwithstanding her expert tutoring, he failed the test." It negates the strength of the action that follows it because of the result.Ê
There are several ways one can use the phrase, hour of need, in a sentence. One sentence is; The dying woman needs her family in her hour of need.
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You didn't specify which meaning of the word, so here are a couple. In spite of the rain, we enjoyed our day out. He said that just to spite me.
Use "is" if the subject of the sentence is singular; use "are" if plural. "The fact that I ate after running *is* irrelevant. ("after running" is the prepositional phrase; "the fact" is the subject). The methods prisoners use to escape *are* manifold. ("to escape" is the prepositional phrase; "The methods" is the subject).
A phrase is an unfinished sentence or a quote.
That phrase has more than a literal meaning.
By is a preposition, it is used to start a prepositional phrase as in, "I walked by the water."
To use the phrase "turn turtle" is nasty