although, in spite, however, though
What do we call these conjuctions?
As you know they are used in clauses expressing contrast(?).
Re: although, in spite, however, though
Originally Posted by jirikoo
Off course, all words but "however" are conjunctions.
"However" is the indefinite pronoun, but do they have a specific name in such clauses as.
"Although he was huge he was beaten."
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