She sounds like she's losing her voice at the end of this sentence. Pobre robo-brasileira :,(
Morover is not a commonly used eord for most English speakers. "Despite this,..." Should also be accepted.
"Moreover" and "despite" aren't used interchangeably. They have opposite meanings.
Moreover (= in addition or also) adds additional supportive information that reinforces a statement.
Despite this (= however or but) is a contrastive conjunction used to introduce alternative facts.
Ive never once used moreover in conversation and ive never heard anyone say it.
My first language is english. I've never used moreover in my life! What is your objection to even so?
In addition, additionally, moreover, furthermore => conjunctions that add additional supportive information to a topic.
Even so, however, but, yet => conjunctions that give contrasting and contrary information.
The team has some of the country's most talented players; even so/ however/ yet, they haven't played well this season.