Stephen Wade Thomson
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PARTS OF SPEECH
"even if" - "even though" - "although"
 

"even"= incluso, hasta
The maid has already washed and dried the clothes. She even folded them and put them in the drawer.


That town is ugly. Even the town's mayor agrees.


Every detail of the building was designed with sustainability in mind. Even the structure itself was made from recycled materials.

 

"even" = siquiera (a little bit of doubt)
How can you even say that? He's your brother!


You're drunk. Can you even stand up?


How will I get to your house? Will you even be there when I arrive?

 

"even" = igual, empatado
The score is even: 4-4


I've paid you the money I owed you. Now we're even.


"Don't get mad, get even."

 

"not even" = nisiquiera
You want to leave already? The show has not even begun!


I have to go right now. I don't even have time to shower.


-Do you want some breakfast? -No. -Not even a coffee?'

 

It's so hot, I can't even think.

 

 

"even though " = aunque + conjugacion normal
alternative: "although" (used sometimes like "however" or "but")
I cant remember her name, even though she told me twice.

Even though the train is slow, it's still a better option than Blah Blah car.
Although the train is slow, it's still a better option than Blah Blah car.

Although we lost the game, we are still ahead in the series.
Even though we lost the game, we are still ahead in the series.

I cant go with you, although if you need my car, you can take it.

 

 

"even if" = "aunque" _+ conjugacion subjunctiva

Even if we don't win the race, it will be fun to participate.


They make wonderful sandwiches at that bakery. Even if you're not hungry, we should stop by to take a look.