Although vs. Though

By Jaxson

  • Although (conjunction)

    Though, even though, in spite of or despite the fact that: introducing a clause that expresses a concession.

    “Although it was very muddy, the football game went on.”

  • Although (conjunction)

    But, except.

    “It was difficult, although not as difficult as we had expected.”

  • Though (adverb)

    Despite that; however.

    “I will do it, though.”

  • Though (adverb)

    Used to intensify statements or questions; indeed.

    “”Man, it’s hot in here.” — “Isn’t it, though?””

  • Though (conjunction)

    Despite the fact that; although.

    “Though it’s risky, it’s worth taking the chance.”

  • Though (conjunction)

    If, that, even if.

    “We shall be not sorry though the man die tonight.”

  • Although (conjunction)

    in spite of the fact that; even though

    “although the sun was shining it wasn’t that warm”

    “although small, the room has a spacious feel”

  • Although (conjunction)

    however; but

    “he says he has the team shirt, although I’ve never seen him wear it”

Oxford Dictionary

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