Mark Skype Teacher Posted October 24, 2014 Report Share Posted October 24, 2014 Hi all, I have a doubt about the following sentence: "I recommended her to change the language course although her child is complaining".'Although' sounds odd here however it seems the grammar says it can be used in this structure. I think 'even though' is much better but I can't find out why. What is true is that 'although' and 'even though' mean 'in spite of the fact that'. However, I don't know the difference in the quoted sentence above. Can anyone shed some light on this?Many thanks. Have a fabulous day. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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