Difference between “but” and “however.”
I see a lot of clients writing “however” when they mean “but.” The truth is that they do mean the same thing. However, they are not the same kind of word. “But” is a coordinating conjunction. It can link two independent clauses together. “However” is not. “However” is more flexible and has more possible meanings.
“I ate my apple. I was still hungry, however. I didn’t eat again.” 继续阅读