When to use though or although

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Even though, this might have taken thirteen years to achieve this success; though attending my first dance class at the age of four, it was well worth it.

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Even though, this might have taken me thirteen years to achieve this success; although attending my first Irish Dance lesson at the age of four, it was well worth it.
asked Nov 11 '12 at 22:45 Liz Murphy New member

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although+clause, +clause

clause, +although+clause

clause+though

 

Both these words can be used as conjunctions, with the same meaning. Though is common in an informal speech.

 

We use even though to emphasize a contrast.  Even although is also possible.

Even though I failed in the test, I managed to come out with flying colours in the finals.

Although I don't agree with him, I think he is honest.

link comment answered Nov 12 '12 at 05:09 Koshik Contributor

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