Even can be used as an adjective or an adverb. Hawthorn went on to beat Moss for the championship title by one point, even though he had won only one race that year to Moss's four. He told her everything she needed to know, even though it would be lost and he'd have to reteach it tomorrow. We decided that daycare would be out of the question, even though we could afford it. Frank helps me put a worm on my hook even though I can do it by myself. If the subordinating conjunction comes in the middle or at the end of the sentence — no comma is required. You're an arrogant dirty foreigner who claims your dictionary is correct even though you don't understand the nuances of Japanese.
Even so Even so means in spite of that. Cat said she stayed with him for two more months, even though it was obvious he was using her. Professional anglers are not engaged in commercial fishing, even though they gain an economic reward. Scholars were more likely to choose an engineering degree even though it requires an advanced degree for a lasting career. In spite of the problems, he went on living. You have to at least make an attempt even if you think you won't be successful. Even though only 7 percent of the world has a temperate climate, nearly half of the world's people live in these areas.
He'd never really thought of himself as a soldier or an ex-soldier even though he'd had two years of it before eventually going farming on rehab money. The walk was good and enjoyable even though she noticed the men leering at her as she turned down one of the back alleys. Jackson still kept doggie biscuits in her pockets, even though her furbaby had died two months ago. I can feel the jouissance as she reads what has come to her, the deep ecstasy that writing has occasioned, even though the subject is grief, death. Everyone jokes about piles, even though they ain't no laughing matter.
The Dutch therefore enjoyed an unchallenged naval advantage in these waters, even though their navy was inferior in naval armament. It was simply impossible to observe, even though we laagered several vehicles to shield us from the wind. They are elites, in short, even though they make less money and wield less power than others of that designation. Wrong — School is not all about studying, since there are lots of clubs and fun activities on campus. Common Complex Sentence Examples Let's take a look at some common complex sentence examples pertaining to everyday life. Even though, or perhaps because of its extreme simplicity, coupled with the high definition of colors within a limited range, it was surprisingly rivetingly beautiful. Or, a cottonwood grove could shade a permanent spring, even though the waterhole was likely trampled by thousands of buffalo hooves.
He was able to lead a normal life, despite the illness. Once you can identify a basic sentence, you can join two or more sentences into complex sentences. This name has since come into usage for almost all versions of the original manuscript even though they differ from each other. If there is no auxiliary verb, it goes before the main verb. He lived life to the full and even though he has gone at a young age he fitted a lifetime of achievements into his life. The outpouring of devotion from his fans comes in other ways, too. No, no, Miss; it'll do you good to learn a little business, even if you do get sold up.
Despite its financial problems, the company is successful. Robinson was shot dead even though he could have been wounded and arrested. She's happy as a lark with her ten dollar pay raise, even though the long-term prospects for the business are not good. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. .
I gave it to them with both barrels after the game, even though I know it could get me into trouble. She's doing warp speed and I'm glad everybody picked up on her even though she's weird and British and crazy. If the subordinating conjunction comes at the beginning of the sentence — add a comma at the end of the dependent clause. Why is it that Greek Gods honey-flavored Greek yogurt seems wholesome, even though each 24-ounce container has 99 grams of sugar? Melody had surprised herself with how calm she had acted and appeared even though inside a swarm of butterflies flitted nervously and a shiver ran down her spine. We turn back onto the main road and I'm relieved to not see any paps. Right - The teacher asked for his homework after she noticed it missing.
Chest away from the mountain, not into it. If the first sentence is positive, the second sentence should be negative in meaning. I mean, but still, even though, a cut-down package we couldn't get across the Senate floor, after we passed it in the House, and that's unfortunate. He boldfaced the quote so it would stand out even though I told him it looked ugly. You came to help us even though you were so tired. Joining a mailing list is a little complex. This could result in a situation where you apply for, say, a personal loan, but get turned down for it even though your own credit report is as clean as a whistle.