Yes, you can add "though" at the end of a sentence given the proper context.
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Is it correct to say 'Sorry to hear about your friend though'? I was actually talking on some other topic with a friend of mine but added that sentence in the end as i came to know his friend didn't get a job he wanted desperately.
I hope you understood my question
waiting for the answer :)
Can you give me a few examples please? Also did i use it correctly in my case?
Thanks a lot
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used especially at the end of a sentence to add a fact or an opinion that makes the previous statement less strong or less important
Our team lost. It was a good game though.
‘Have you ever been to Australia?’ ‘No. I'd like to, though.’
Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary 9th edition © Oxford University Press, 2015
Last edited by Rover_KE; 28-Oct-2015 at 18:24. Reason: Adding,'Not a teacher'.
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
May I add another example to the excellent examples cited in post #4?
I was reading an article last night when I read a sentence that immediately reminded me of your thread.
The first paragraph of the article says that two very important countries are very angry with each other.
The second paragraph says that they are so angry that they may actually go to war against each other.
The third paragraph starts with this sentence:
"This conflict doesn't have to end badly, though."
The other paragraphs then explain how the two nations can settle the matter in a peaceful way.
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek, November 2, 2015.