“Although“ and “Even though” are all subordinating conjuctions, which connect two sentences together. Although vs Even Though;
“Although” means “in spite of something”. Although + Subject + Verb
- Although it rained all day, we enjoyed the football match very much.
- She failed in the math exam, although she studied very hard.
- Although he ran very fast, she lost the final race.
- Although he is rich, he has no girl friend.
- Although studying French seems difficult, it’s simpler than you think.
“Even though” means “in spite of something”. Even though + A Clause
- Even though they were millionaires, they live old house.
- We are still very thirsty, even though we drank very much water.
- Even though she’s much older than the others, she won the race.
- Even though she was late, the teacher didn’t write him absent.