She is very rich. She is not happy.
Although/Even though/Though she is very rich,
she is not happy.
Despite/In spite of her money, she is not happy.
Despite being rich, she is not happy.
Despite the fact that she is very rich, she is not
She is very rich. However, she is not happy.
Although (...) + Clause (Subject + Verb)
Despite (...) + Noun / (-ing Verb Form)
He didn’t study much. He passed the exam
easily, though. (=but)
Although/Even though/ Though I am very tired, I
have to work until late.
Though tired, (...)
You can do the test whenever you want. (it doesn’t
You can buy the dictionary wherever you like.
Invite whoever you want for the party.
However hard you practice, listening is a difficult
skill to master.