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    Although, even though, though, despite, in spite of

    Hi

    What's the difference between them, when and where should we use them.


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    Re: Although, even though, though, despite, in spite of

    Quote Originally Posted by mamboo View Post
    Hi

    What's the difference between them, when and where should we use them.
    Have you looked them up in a dictionary? If you have, try writing sentences using them and post them for our comments.

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