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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    Though

    I'd like to know how to use the word THOUGH at the end of a sentence and what its meaning is. I hear a lot of Americans using it, but I haven't got it.

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    Re: Though

    I would like to go to England, I do not know when though is close to I want to go to England but I do not know when. In that case, 'though' means but.

    He may help you out even though he is not a teacher. Here, the form 'even though' means despite the fact that.

    I am not a teacher, though
    Last edited by philadelphia; 29-Oct-2008 at 23:17.

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    #3

    Re: Though

    It means however.

    I don't have the money to go on vacation. I'd really like to go, though.

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