Student or Learner
In Oxford or any other dictionaries, although has two meanings:
1. = in spite of the fact that
2. = however or but (when you are commenting on a statement)
I never did go to Stratford，although I probably should have.
This sentence is taken from Collins.
I'd like to know whether the 'although' in this sentence mean the former or the latter. It is very difficult for a Chinese learner of English to tell the difference between the two.
Could I ask native speakers to help me please? Thank you in advance.
Last edited by joham; 10-Nov-2008 at 01:40.
(You may thank me now.)