What are the differences among "Although/Though/In Spite of/Despite" in English? This test was designed for you to practice "Although/Though/In Spite of/Despite". The test has 20 questions. Before taking the test, please read the following tips about "Although/Though/In Spite of/Despite".


- Although/Though: used to introduce a statement that makes the main statement coming after it seem surprising, unlikely, or unexpected. Although and though are interchangeable. Though is more common than although.

Ex: Although/Though it is rainy, We continue to ride bicycle.


- Despite/In spite of + noun (phrase): without being affected or prevented by something. Remember that "In spite + of" while Despite has no "of".

Ex: Despite/In spite of the rain, We continue to ride bicycle.


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