09 May English can be weird. It can be understood through tough thorough thought, though.
Though – preposition.
Have you ever driven through an amazing place but not had time to stop?
Have you ever been through a terrible break up?
Tough – adjective – difficult, hard, strong
What’s the toughest exam you’ve ever done?
Who’s the big Hollywood tough guy now? And in the past? Are you a fan?
Thorough – adjective – complete, perfect
Do you have a thorough understanding of spanish grammar?
When you write an email do you give it a thorough check for spelling mistakes?
Thought – past simple, participle and noun
Have you ever thought about making a drastic change in your life?
What’s more important? Thought or Action?
Though – conjunction- similar to although
Though is usually used a the end of a sentence with to express contrast.
It can also go at the beginning or in the middle – between two clauses.
Complete these sentences with though:
Steven is smells bad….
Cats are not very friendly…
The world is a cold place full of bad people…
England is cold and wet…
More examples of ough and augh.
Sound you make when you have something unwanted in your throat.
A mix of flour and water that later becomes bread.
The thing you do when something is funny.
Not too little or too much.
To move soil before it’s time for a farmer to plant crops or vegetables.