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though usage

Postby mukkuvan » Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:48 am


I have some questions regarding the usage and meaning of though.
Following are my doubts.

Which is the correct usage?

1. I had key with me,though I could not open the door.
2. Could not open the door,though I had key with me.

What is the meaning of the below usage?

He was brilliant,though
She speaks too much,though

Request you to help me in this.


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Re: though usage

Postby Alan » Mon Dec 26, 2011 3:15 am

Both ways round are possible, but the second makes better sense. This is not really a grammar issue.

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