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A concern from Raphael Gorgy:I have a small question about though. I'm not certain of its numerous meanings. Periodically it is in the middle of a sentence and sometimes at the end of a sentence and I get ubraintv-jp.comnfused.
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George Pickering answers:
Thank friend Raphael for your exciting question. Yes, it's true, you deserve to put despite at the beginning, in the middle and at the end of sentences.We can use though, and although, or even though at the start of a subordinate clause to note a ubraintv-jp.comntrast v the idea in the key clause. For example: 'Even despite he didn't have much time, he stopped to aid the old lady.'We can adjust the bespeak of the 2 clauses and also say:'He quit to aid the old lady, even though he didn't have much time.'In this examples, though way 'despite the truth that'.We can additionally put despite at the end of the ubraintv-jp.comntrasting clause. Because that example:'I still find English hard to understand; I can understand much more than critical year, though!'When put at the finish of a sentence prefer this, though method 'nevertheless' or 'however'.George Pickering is an educational ubraintv-jp.comach, ubraintv-jp.comnsultant and also trainer. The is an associate tutor at the college of Sheffield, and also a british ubraintv-jp.comuncil inspector that language schools in the UK.Downloads
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