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Hello friends, I have these three sentences and I would like to know which are more formal, neutral or informal, or whether there is any difference in meaning;
1.- I passed the exam, albeit I didn't get the expected mark.
2.- I passed the exam, mind you, I didn't get the expected mark.
3.- I passed the exam, although I didn't get the expected mark.

Thank you very much for your help.

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Hello friends, I have these three sentences and I would like to know which are more formal, neutral or informal, or whether there is any difference in meaning;
1.- I passed the exam, albeit I didn't get the expected mark.
2.- I passed the exam, mind you, I didn't get the expected mark.
3.- I passed the exam, although I didn't get the expected mark.

Thank you very much for your help.
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