Where do we use though and although?
Though is more common than although in general and it is much more common than although in speaking. For emphasis, we often use even with though (but not with although). Warning: When the though/although clause comes before the main clause, we usually put a comma at the end of the clause.
What is the difference between Though although And even though?
Though and even though Even though is more emphatic than though and although. The soldiers went on fighting even though they were badly injured. Though, although and even though are subordinating conjunctions. They introduce a dependent clause that needs to be attached to an independent clause.
What is the difference between although and however?
The main difference between these two words is that however can stand by itself at the beginning of a sentence, with a comma after it. Although can't do this. The words also have slightly different meanings:Although means "in spite of the fact that…".However means "but".