Inspite of the flood or in spite of the flood?

1. Inspite of the flood, I arrived at school in time.
2. In spite of the flood, I arrived at school in time.

Which sentence is correct? Please help!!!!!
11 years ago
Asked 11 years ago
Vuong

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#2 is correct. Remember that in spite of (3 words) = despite

Therefore, the #2 sentence = despite the flood, I arrived at school in time.
Answered 11 years ago
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