though at the end of a clause


what's the meaning of "though" used at the end of a clause? For istance: I'm not bothered, though. Can you explain me the meaning and show mw some samples, please?

asked Nov 16 '12 at 22:21 LANGUAGEFINDER New member

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In the example, though and but is similar in meaning

I was tired.  I did not go to bed early though.

link comment answered Nov 17 '12 at 06:03 Z. A. Jazley Expert

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