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Linking Language

'However', 'nevertheless', and 'nonetheless' connect two sentences and show an unexpected result to what has been stated in the preceding sentence. 'However' is the most common of these expressions, whereas 'nevertheless' and 'nonetheless' are more formal are generally used in written English.

However

Example:

However, she didn't expect to find the suit no longer at a discount.

However, we could provide a voucher.

Nevertheless

Example:

Nevertheless, if we are lazy at work the bank won't get the actual yield.

Nevertheless, if the money market is not good, I am not interested in the business.

Nonetheless

Example:

Nonetheless, our company will remain always at your service.

Nonetheless, the withholding tax was much more than I had expected.