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I do not think you know the case well enough to have opinions. Having said that, I agree with your other point.

What does the phrase “having said that” mean in the given text?

  1. as opposed to what I have said
  2. despite what I have said
  3. in addition to what I have said
  4. contrary to what I have said
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I do not think you know the case well enough to have opinions.

  • So, I’m not expected to agree to your opinions.

Having said that, I agree with your other point.

  • So, “having said that” is “not contradicting” but “adding something extra” which is “not in agreement” with the previous statement. “despite what I have said” is the correct meaning.

Correct Answer: B.

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