Comma before 'though' at end of sentence
Could someone please clarify whether or not a comma is required before 'though' when at the end of a sentence.
1) 'I don't like apples. I am going to try this apple pie, though.'
2) 'You are still taking part, though?'
Thanks in advance for any reply.
Re: Comma before 'though' at end of sentence
1. However; nevertheless
Ex: Snow is not predicted; we can expect some rain, though.
2. Informal Used as an intensive
Ex: Wouldn't that beat all, though?
Source: American Heritage Dictionary
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