Tip of the Day:
'Although', 'though' and 'even though' convey the same unexpected result and can be used interchangeably. 'Although', 'though' and 'even though' introduce dependent clauses that must be used together with an independent clause to form a complex sentence. They are used to express that despite difficulties something happens.
Even though he's interested in attending the course, he won't be able to participate.
Though it's difficult to understand, you'll have to accept the consequences.
Quiz of the Day - Verb Form Quizzes - Gerund or Infinitive? :
Take these quizzes to test your understanding of when to use the gerund (playing) and the infinitive (to play) when following other verbs.
English Worksheet of the Day - Causative Verbs:
Explanation of the English causative verbs have and make with examples of structures and usage.
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