Sunday quick grammar tip: “even if” vs “even though”

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How’s your weekend going? Are you studying for TOEIC or TOEFL? Remember this important point:

We use “even though” to describe a real situation:

  • Even though I waited on line for 2 hours, I could not buy a ticked for the movie.
The real situation is that I did in fact wait on line for 2 hours.

We use “even if” to describe an unreal or imaginary situation:

  • Even if I send her roses and love letters, she will never go on a date with me.

The unreal/imaginary situation is that I did not really send her roses or love letters. I was just imagining doing so.



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Thanks for studying today!

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