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  1. although / though + despite / in spite of How to use them

  2. Identify the linking words in the sentences below Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  3. Identify the linking words in the sentences below Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  4. Identify the phrases being linked in each sentence Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  5. Identify the phrases being linked in each sentence Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  6. Identify the phrases being linked in each sentence Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  7. Identify the phrases being linked in each sentence Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  8. Identify the phrases being linked in each sentence Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  9. Identify the phrases being linked in each sentence Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  10. What is the relationship between the two phrases? Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  11. What is the relationship between the two phrases? Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. Is it….. reason/contrast/purpose/addition/conditional?

  12. What is the relationship between the two phrases? Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. Is it….. reason/contrast/purpose/addition/conditional?

  13. Rewrite the sentences using “but” instead of the linking word Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  14. Rewrite the sentences using “but” instead of the linking word Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. I was tiredbutI couldn’t sleep.

  15. Rewrite the sentences using “but” instead of the linking word Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. I was tiredbutI couldn’t sleep. I like my job butthe salary is low.

  16. Rewrite the sentences using “but” instead of the linking word Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. I was tiredbutI couldn’t sleep. I like my job butthe salary is low. it was raining butI walked home.

  17. Rewrite the sentences using “but” instead of the linking word Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. I was tiredbutI couldn’t sleep. I like my job butthe salary is low. it was raining butI walked home. We went to University togetherbutwe weren’t close friends.

  18. Rewrite the sentences using “but” instead of the linking word Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. I was tiredbutI couldn’t sleep. I like my job butthe salary is low. it was raining butI walked home. We went to University togetherbutwe weren’t close friends. He is nearly 80 buthe swims every day.

  19. What type of words or structures follow the linking words? Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day.

  20. What type of words or structures follow the linking words? Although I was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. a clause with a subject and a verb or a noun /gerund

  21. What type of words or structures follow the linking words? AlthoughI was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. a clause with a subject and a verb or a noun /gerund

  22. What type of words or structures follow the linking words? AlthoughI was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. a clause with a subject and a verb or a noun /gerund

  23. What type of words or structures follow the linking words? AlthoughI was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Though we went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. a clause with a subject and a verb or a noun /gerund

  24. What type of words or structures follow the linking words? AlthoughI was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Thoughwe went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despite being nearly 80, he swims every day. a clause with a subject and a verb or a noun /gerund

  25. What type of words or structures follow the linking words? AlthoughI was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Thoughwe went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despitebeing nearly 80, he swims every day. a clause with a subject and a verb or a noun /gerund

  26. So, the rule is . . . . . . . AlthoughI was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Thoughwe went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despitebeing nearly 80, he swims every day. …………………………….. After “despite”and “in spite of” we use …………………………….. After “although” and “though” we use a clause with a subject and a verb a noun /gerund

  27. So, the rule is . . . . . . . AlthoughI was tired, I couldn’t sleep. I like my job despite the low salary. I walked home in spite of the rain. Thoughwe went to University together, we weren’t close friends. Despitebeing nearly 80, he swims every day. a noun /gerund After “despite”and “in spite of” we use a clause with a subject and a verb After “although” and “though” we use

  28. Rewrite the following sentences using “despite” or “although” (there may be two answers!) 1. He is small but he can beat anyone in a fight. HEIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . he can beat anyone in a fight. 1. He is small but he can beat anyone in a fight. TALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . he can beat anyone in a fight. a noun /gerund After “despite”and “in spite of” we use a clause with a subject and a verb After “although” and “though” we use