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    Contrast Clauses Contrast Clauses Presentation Transcript

    • CONTRAST CLAUSES
      • He is very rich BUT he isn’t happy
      • Although he is very rich, he isn’t happy
      • In spite of / Despite his money, he isn’t rich
      • Kate was ill, she went to school though.
      • Maria went to school although she was ill.
      • Although she was ill, Maria went to school (anyway).
      • Even though she felt ill, Maria went to school.
    • ALTHOUGH + SUB + VERB
      • Although it snowed heavily, he came to he meeting.
      • Even though he is very talented, he isn’t very successful.
      • Though he is very talented, he isn’t successful
      • He is very talented, (but) he isn’t successful though. [informal]
    • IN SPITE OF / DESPITE
      • + -ING
      • + NOUN
      • + THE FACT THAT + SUBJ + VERB
      • In spite of living here, …
      • In spite of the weather, …
      • Despite the fact that it is raining,
    • In spite of / despite
      • It is raining. Yet, we’ll go on a trip.
      • In spite of the rain, we’ll go on a trip.
      • Despite the rain, we’ll go on a trip
      • Karli lives in Calatayud. She never goes to Australia pub.
      • In spite of living here, Karli never goes to Australia pub.
    • Same subject:
      • Despite her illness, Kate went to school.
      • Despite being ill, Kate went to school.
    • different subject
      • Rugby is very violent. Many people in the UK play it.
      • In spite of the fact that rugby is very violent, many people in the UK play it.
      • (Although rugby is very violent, many people in the UK play it)
    • HOWEVER (ADVERB)= NEVERTHELESS
      • Kate was ill, however she went to school.
      • He has lots of experience, however he did’t get the job.
      • Many people are concerned about global warming. However, the governments seem to be doing nothing.
      • Salvame is a terrible show. Nevertheless, most people watch it.
      • Big Brother has been on TV for years. And yet, many people still follow it.
    • Whereas, while
      • Whereas prices rose last year, this year they’ve gone down.