Can we change the statement after although?
Although he was angry, he smiled
Although he smiled, he was angry
Are both of the above sentences grammatical and meaningful? and if yes do they have the same meaning?
Can we change the statement after Although in all kinds of sentences? Are there any rules to determine which statement comes after although?
Although I invited her to my birthday party, she didn't come.
Is it meaningful and grammatical to say?
Although she didn't come, I invited her to my birthday party
I know the last sentence is a little bit strange and meaningless but are there any rules to tell us which statement comes after although?
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