Hah, it was an extremely silly movie, especially the skateboarding evil security expert. It makes it possible to discover books that have references or sections or chapters that are of interest to you even though the book as a whole may not be. This is known today as the Vallum, even though the word Vallum in Latin is the origin of the English word wall, and does not refer to a ditch. Art in Island, a museum in Manila, created by a group of Korean artists, features over a hundred unique three dimensional paintings that encourage people to pose in front of them. You don't waste time at a barbershop, even though the one in Toronto's Leaside is really efficient and friendly. They talked about it for quite a long time, how even though people might think you're a wuss, you should always buckle up.
I could express that in a few different ways. I believe most people would prefer healthy turf even though an occasional treatment of a safe herbicide must be applied. He still loves her in spite of everything. Examples: We will have the competition even if it rains. Complex sentences are fascinating components of the English language.
Children will grow even if you leave them alone. Show More Sentences You've got to admire his persistence. Most programs are not subsidized by government, making preschools relatively expensive even though the staff is typically poorly compensated. I bought the camera even though it was expensive. Vera's remark was correct, as her remarks always were, but, like most of her observations, it made everyone feel uncomfortable, not only Sonya, Nicholas, and Natasha, but even the old countess, who--dreading this love affair which might hinder Nicholas from making a brilliant match-- blushed like a girl.
Dance in it for twelve minutes, even though you can't hear any music from where you are. Having less sleep than this is common among humans, even though sleep deprivation can have negative health effects. Show More Sentences Howe refused to order a pursuit across the river, even though the outlook of the Continental Army was bleak. Although and even though have a similar meaning to despite and in spite of. Electoral support for English nationalist parties is low, however, even though there is public support for many of the policies they espouse. And of course he could always have coronary artery disease, even though he's a skinny guy.
As a teenager I wanted a Sigma Wand, but I never got one. . A calmer Maracas Bay enticed these men into its waters yesterday, even though two days before bathers scampered for safety as massive waves crashed on the shore. The site is marked by a small headstone and burial plaque even though his remains were said to have been removed to England years later. And make sure you get that dimension right by reviewing.
That night, even though she doesn't have waxed eyebrows or manicured nails or a trendy haircut, I take my wife out for dinner. I'm hoping this coming year to get the combinational half of the synthesis all worked out. As police officers, it is your duty to uphold the law, even if you disagree with it. Notes Though, although and even though are subordinating conjunctions. Areas of the alps still show signs of environmental damage wrought by decades of cattle grazing, even though grazing stopped more than 60 years ago.
Despite its financial problems, the company is successful. The Dutch therefore enjoyed an unchallenged naval advantage in these waters, even though their navy was inferior in naval armament. He was fired within six weeks even though he had headed the department for eighteen years. However even though that did not really stop the fighting, it certainly cooled things off. Show More Sentences It's about some rando guy who lives in a cabin even though he doesn't appear to serve any point on the show. Show More Sentences I have changed my mind, for better or worse, because in essence this is a diary even though I don't want it to be. This produces a macroscopic bound charge in the material even though all of the charges involved are bound to individual molecules.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. She denied having met him even though we saw them talking to each other. A dependent clause cannot stand alone, even though it has a subject and a verb. See also Grammar: Your email address will not be published. Many pilots still enjoy flying even though they have some degree of acrophobia.
They both basically mean the same thing. There are many loose ends surrounding the crime and the bickering, even though somewhat abated, will undoubtedly flare again. It's a miracle how they carry those stretchers but they get through even though it takes ten men all day to move one stretcher case back three or four miles. At the other end, even though mistakes began to creep in, there was enough pace and verve to gee the crowd up if not break through. I still enjoyed the week despite the weather.