Question: Where Do You Put Though?

How do you use though in a sentence?

[S] [T] He came even though I told him not to.

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[S] [T] Though he tried hard, nothing changed.

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[S] [T] Even though he’s very old, he’s healthy.

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[S] [T] She kept working even though she was tired.

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[S] [T] Even though he apologized, I’m still furious.

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[S] [T] Even though I didn’t want to drink alone, I did.

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How do you use though in the last sentence?

When we use ‘though’ at the end of a sentence, it is a linking word that means this sentence is in contrast to, is in spite of, or is in seeming contradiction to the previous sentence, e.g. “I have a terrible headache. I’ll still finish writing this report, though,” and “My son is lazy and selfish.

What is mean by though?

in spite ofAlthough and though meaning ‘in spite of’ Although and though both mean ‘in spite of something’. They are subordinating conjunctions. This means that the clause which they introduce is a subordinate clause, which needs a main clause to make it complete: …

What does seeing as though mean?

There’s a strange construction going around, “seeing as though,” for the meaning “seeing that.” As in. [We’ll probably] have to wait even longer, as they may not want to release an all-new version seeing as though they had only just refreshed one of its models. (online example)

Can I use even though and but together?

Since ‘although’ as a subordinating conjunction implies or introduces a contrast idea and ‘but’as a coordinating conjunction contrasts an idea, ideally both may go against the understanding that they negate each idea. Therefore, they both may be ineffective when used together.

Do you put comma after though?

The short answer is that when “though” is acting as a subordinating conjunction, you don’t need a comma before it. However, when “though” is acting as an adverb, the use of a comma becomes optional yet preferable, especially when “though” is used as an interjection.

What is difference between Although And though?

As conjunctions, although and though are interchangeable. Although is generally considered more formal than though, though both forms appear regularly in both formal and informal writing. Though is also an adverb, meaning however or nevertheless.

Where is though used?

Though meaning ‘however’ Especially in speaking, we can use though (but not although or even though) with a meaning similar to however or nevertheless. In these cases, we usually put it at the end of a clause: A: You have six hours in the airport between flights!

What is another word for though?

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Is even though correct grammar?

No, they are not interchangeable. If you want to use even though, the meaning changes. Even though means despite the fact that and is a more emphatic version of though and although. Even if means whether or not and has to do with the conditions that may apply.