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# "Though" and "although"

11/20
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Puedes utilizar estas palabras para expresar contraste entre dos ideas. Similar al uso de “Despite” y “In spite of”, la única diferencia es la manera de conectar ideas. También existe una tercera expresión con “Even though”, veamos sus diferencias:

Though = Aunque

Although = Aunque

Even though = Aunque

• “Although” and “Even though” tienen el mismo significado.

• “Even though” es más fuerte y educado.
• Ambas son conjunciones.
• Puedes utilizarlas al comienzo o en el medio de la oración.
• “Though” es ligeramente diferente.

• Se utiliza más frecuentemente en el speaking.
• Puedes utilizarlo al comienzo, en el medio o al final de la oración.

## Ejemplos de oraciones usando “Though”

• Though he always listens to the same song, he doesn’t remember the lyrics.
• He doesn’t remember the lyrics, though he always listens to the same song.
• He always listens to the same song. He doesn’t remember the lyrics, though.

## Ejemplos de oraciones usando “Although”

• Although she doesn’t have money, she wants to go on vacation.
• She wants to go on vacation, although she doesn’t have money.

## Ejemplos de oraciones usando “Even though”

• Even though I am not his friend, he always talks to me.
• He always talks to me, even though I am not his friend.

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Even though I had not money, I went to the party haha
I went to the party, though I had not money.
I had not money. I went to the party, though

Let’s practice:

• Although It was raining. We went to the beach.
• We were tired. Though We continued working
• It was very cold out. We decided to go for a walk in the park

1.- Even though It was raining, we went to the beach.
2.- We continued working although we were tired
3.- Though It was very cold out, we decided to go for a walk in the park.

• Even though it was raining . We went to the beach.
• We continued working although We were tired
• I was very cold out. We decided to go for a walk in the park, though.
• Even though it was raining, we went to the beach.
• We were tired even though we continued working.
• It was very cold out. We decided to go for a walk in the park, though.
• It was raining. Though we went to the beach.
• Although we were tired. We continued working.
• It was very cold out. Even though we decided to go for a walk in the park.

Excersice:

1. It was raining. We went to the beach,++ though++.
2. We were tired Although we continued working.
3. Even though it was very cold out, we decided to go for a walk in the park.

- Even though it was raining, we went to the beach. - Although we were tired, we continued working. - It was very cold out, though we decided to go for a walk in the park.

• Even though it was raining, we went to the beach.
• We were tired, we continued working though.
• It was very cold out, Although we decided to go for walk in the park.

Even though it was raining, we went to the beach.
We continued working although we were tired.
It was very cold out. We decided to go for a walk in the park, though.

Even though the gym is closed i will work out.
i won the test although i didn’t study
he never wants to go to the beach. Today he went, though

1. Even though It was raining, We went to the beach.

2. We were tired, although we continued working.

3. It was very cold out. We decided to go for a walk in the park, though.

4. Even thought I study hard, I forget many things after few days.

5. She never remembers my name, although today she tells me “Holman”.

• Even though I was tired, I finished the 10.000k marathon.
• He got mad although he won the scholarship.
• Anne passed the test, though she was injured.
• Even though it was raining, we went to the beach
• We continued working although we were tired.
• Even though it was raining, we went to the beach.
• Event though we were tired, we continued working.
• It was very cold out, we decided to go for a walk in the park though.

Even though I’m tired, I’m studing
I’m studing although It’s too late.
I didn’t want to work, I went to my job, though.

Sammy was a great student although she had major problems with her family

Though it was raining we went to the beach.
We were tired although we continue working.
It was very cold out we decided to go for a walk in the park though .

1. I enjoyed my vacations even though the bad weather.
2. Although I was tired, I went to the school.
1. Even though it was raining, we went to the beach.
2. We were tired although we continue working.
3. It was very cold out. We decided to go for a walk in the park though.
• Even though it was raining, we went to the beach.
• We continued working although we were tired.
• It was very cold out, but we decided to go for a walk in the park though.
• Although i´m sleepin, i don´t rest
• i´m going to the school though i don´t want to student
• even though it´s hot, i dressed warm
• Although it was raining, we went to the beach.
• We continued working Even though We were tired
• We decided to go for a walk in the park ,though it was very cold out.
- Even though it was raining, we went to the beach. - We continued working. We were tired, though. - We decided to go for a walk in the park , although it was very cold out.

“Though” is definitely the most versatile. It can be placed at the beginning, middle, or even at the end of the sentence.

Though we practiced a lot, we failed the test.

We failed the test, though we practiced a lot.

We practiced a lot. We failed the test, though

Even though it was raining, we went to the beach.
We were tired, although we continued working.
It was very cold out; we decided to go for a walk in the park, though

I'm taking this class, though I'm very tired

Even though it was raining. We went to the beach
Although we were tired, we continued working
Though it was very cold out, we decided to go for a walk in the park

• Even though it was raining. We went to the beach
• Although we were tired, we continued working
• Though it was very cold out, we decided to go for a walk in the park

Even though it was sunny, we didn’t go out.
Why this sentence is incorrect?