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Hi everybody,

I would like to know the answers for the following question,

1) It was good, though expensive.

2) Though tired, he managed to finish it on time.

'Though' is a conjuction. But in 1) 'though' is used before the adjective ‘expensive’ and in 2) it is used before the participle ‘tired’. Why? Please explain

3)

a) you did it. I didn’t enjoy it much, though.

b) you did it. I didn’t enjoy it much, although.

Why ‘a’ is correct?

Thank you
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goat'Though' is a conjuction. But in 1) 'though' is used before the adjective ‘expensive’ and in 2) it is used before the participle ‘tired’. Why? Please explain
A conjunction connects one part of a sentence with another, so why does it matter which word comes after the conjunction?
goat1) It was good, though expensive.

2) Though tired, he managed to finish it on time.though connects "expensive" with "It was good". though connects "tired" with "he managed to finish it on time".
goata) ... I didn’t enjoy it much, though.
b) ... I didn’t enjoy it much, although.
Why ‘a’ is correct?
Because it's grammatical and idiomatic. People say that sort of thing all the time.

CJ
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Now I understand that we can also use the conjunction without clause.

Thanks very much CJ for your help and time

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