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# "Besides", "Despite", "In addition" and "Until"

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02 Jun 2010, 06:24
Please explain when and where to use "Besides", "Despite", "In addition" and "Until"..
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03 Jun 2010, 18:20
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Hi

I will try and take a swipe at this. I will use examples to clear the meaning

Besides - I go for a walk regularly; besides the park is just around the corner.
Usage denotes an additional point which really is the sub-ordinate clause

Despite - Despite the heavy downpour in the morning, I went for a walk.
Usage denotes that although there was something, the action continued

In addition - In addition to going for a walk, I sometimes go for a run
Denotes complementary activity

Until - Until I reduce some weight, I will be going for a walk.
Denotes the action to continue till a specific point

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05 Jun 2010, 04:11
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siddharthkansal wrote:
Hi

I will try and take a swipe at this. I will use examples to clear the meaning

Besides - I go for a walk regularly; besides the park is just around the corner.
Usage denotes an additional point which really is the sub-ordinate clause

Despite - Despite the heavy downpour in the morning, I went for a walk.
Usage denotes that although there was something, the action continued

In addition - In addition to going for a walk, I sometimes go for a run
Denotes complementary activity

Until - Until I reduce some weight, I will be going for a walk.
Denotes the action to continue till a specific point

Thanks a lot.. +1 point!
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