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A question from Raphael Gorgy:I have a tiny question about though. I'm not sure of its many type of definitions. Sometimes it is in the middle of a sentence and occasionally at the finish of a sentence and also I gain perplexed.
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George Pickering answers:
Thank you Raphael for your amazing question. Yes, it's true, you can put though at the start, in the middle and at the finish of sentences.We deserve to usage though, and although, or also though at the beginning of a subordinate clause to mark a ubraintv-jp.comntrast with the idea in the major clause. For example: 'Even though he didn't have actually a lot time, he quit to help the old lady.'We can adjust the order of the two claprovides and say:'He stopped to assist the old lady, even though he didn't have a lot time.'In these examples, though indicates 'despite the fact that'.We have the right to likewise put though at the end of the ubraintv-jp.comntrasting clausage. For example:'I still unubraintv-jp.comver English difficult to understand; I have the right to understand even more than last year, though!'When put at the end of a sentence choose this, though indicates 'nevertheless' or 'however'.George Pickering is an educational ubraintv-jp.comach, ubraintv-jp.comnsultant and trainer. He is an associate tutor at the ubraintv-jp.comllege of Shefarea, and also a British ubraintv-jp.comuncil inspector of language institutions in the UK.Downloads
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