Although and though
Remember, conjunctions connect clauses, sentences, and words.
Common conjunctions in English are: and, because, or, nor etc.
Although and though as conjunctions
- Although he’s being dishonest about the case, we’re going to have to side with him.
- Though I was born in Canada, I still retain my American citizenship.
- We would love to see you this weekend, though we’ll only be able to stay for a short time because we’re busy.
- I’ll come around tonight, although I’m feeling a little sick.
Though, as an adverb meaning ‘however’ or ‘nonetheless’
- It’s a great day for our teams, and them, though.
- I would like to say, though, that you haven’t got enough evidence for the case.
- The funniest thing, though, is that you don’t seem to understand it.