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1 Contrast Clauses although though even though nevertheless however but + verb + Subject

2 Contrast Clauses In spite of gerund +

3 Examples Although she is disabled, she won several medals. Though she is disabled, she won several medals. Even though she is disabled, she won several medals.

4 Examples She is disabled, nevertheless she won several medals. She is disabled, however she won several medals. She is disabled, but she won several medals. In spite of being disabled, she won several medals.

5 Exercises He studies a lot; he has bad marks. He was unemployed; he went abroad. He was ill; he went out. He has fever; he doesn’t take any medicine. He doesn’t have money; he travels a lot. He isn’t rich; he has got a new car.

6 Solutions Although he studies a lot, he has bad marks. He studies a lot, however he has bad marks. In spite of studying a lot, he has bad marks.

7 Solutions Although he was unemployed, he went abroad. He was unemployed, however he went abroad. In spite of being unemployed he went abroad.

8 Solutions Although he was ill, he went out. He was ill, nevertheless he went out. In spite of being ill he went out.

9 Solutions Although he has fever, he doesn’t take any medicine. He has fever, however he doesn’t take any medicine. In spite of having fever, he doesn’t take any medicine.

10 Solutions Although he doesn’t have money, he travels a lot. He doesn’t have money, however he travels a lot. In spite of not having money, he travels a lot.

11 Solutions Although he isn’t rich; he has got a new car. He isn’t rich, however he has got a new car. In spite of not being rich; he has got a new car.


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