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    how to use "although"?

    Is it grammatical and meaningful to change the statement after although?
    for e.g.
    Although he was angry, he smiled
    Although he smiled, he was angry
    Are both of the above sentences correct? and if yes do they have the same meaning?
    Can we change the statement after Although in all kinds of sentences?
    I mean is it correct to say
    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
    Last edited by mrbin; 05-Sep-2013 at 23:17.

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    Re: how to use "although"?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbin View Post
    Can we change the place of although in in sentences?
    for e.g.
    Although he was angry, he smiled
    Although he smiled, he was angry
    Are both of the above sentences correct? and if yes do they have the same meaning?
    Can we change the place Although in all kinds of sentences?
    I mean is it correct to say
    Although I invited her to my birthday party, she didn't come.
    is it possible to say
    Although she didn't come, I invited her to my birthday party
    You haven't changed the place of "although", it's the first word in each sentence.

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