Does the content introduced with ‘aber’/‘doch’ carry more or less significance than the foregoing content?
Of the following sentences or structures, is the ensuing or the foregoing content to aber/doch attached with more significance? Er ist zwar nicht reich, dafür aber gesund; (quoted from ...
what difference in the effect of expression that adversative words make with varying positions in a clause?
I read from Hammer's Grammar that such adversative particles as 'aber', 'doch', 'jedoch' will produce different effects of expression with varying positions in a clause; for example: (i) er ...
By adversative result I mean a real result that is adversative to the inference from foregoing contextual information. By adversative ground I mean a ground which induces an real result that is ...
I read from Farrell's Dictionary of German Synonyms that jedoch is only used to qualify a preceding absolute statement; however, this seems unsupported by the following example I read in Duden: ...