though

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though is part of the Basic English 850.
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though is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
though

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Preposition
though

  1. When you use "Though x, y" or "y though x", y is surprising, contrasting, or unimportant.
    Though he talked very loudly, she did not hear him.
    She did not hear him though he talked very loudly.
    There was a real, though small, problem.
  2. When though comes at the end of a clause, it shows it is surprising, contrasting, or unimportant.
    That's sound great. It's difficult though.

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