Table of Contents
- Table Summarising the Difference between Though and Although
- Difference between Though and Although – Meaning and Usage
- Examples of Though and Although
Table Summarising the Difference between Though and Although
|Meaning||The word ‘though’ means despite the fact.||The word ‘although’ means even though or in spite of the fact.|
|Usage||It is used as a conjunction and an adverb.||It is used as a conjunction.|
|Example||Sam went to school though he was suspended.||Although Jerry was sick, he went to work.|
Difference between Though and Although – Meaning and Usage
If you notice keenly, you will understand that both ‘though’ and ‘although’ refer to contrasting situations/ideas. Just make sure you use the words correctly. For example, “Sheldon ordered a pizza. His mother had cooked, though”. Here, it is used as an adverb. On the other hand, in the sentence, “Though Rob’s name was on the list, no one called him”, it is used as a conjunction.
The term ‘although’ means even though/in spite of. For example, “She helped me although she was tired”, where ‘although’ is used as a conjunction.
Example of Though and Although
The following examples will give you more clarity on how to use ‘although’ and ‘though’ in sentences.
- Roger went to play the match though he had a sprained ankle.
- We had packed food for everyone; it was not enough though.
- Sam came to the party although he told us that he wouldn’t.
- Although many of us were not present, the meeting was conducted as scheduled.
- Though Teena is young, she is very mature.
An activity you can do to familiarise yourself with the usage of these words is to analyse every text you read and comprehend how the two words are used in the different contexts.