When to use though or although
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.
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.
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.
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