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    Grammar

    Dear Teachers

    I am interested in my English , so I have a question .How different between although and though.
    Thank you so much.

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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by thanhxuan View Post
    Dear Teachers

    I am interested in my English , so I have a question .How different between although and though.
    Thank you so much.
    There’s no difference in meaning between the 2 subordinating conjunctions. Either may be used to connect an adverbial clause with the main clause of a sentence.

    "Although" is commonly used to introduce a clause that precedes a main clause; "though" is the one that follows.

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