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CONCESSION EXERCISES

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A. Rewrite as indicated below. The first is already done as an example
1. Pam was not felling well, however she went to school.
Although  Pam was not feeling well, she went to school.
In spite of  not feeling well, Pam went to school.
2. Tom was seriously  advised by his teacher, but he insisted in disturbing the class.
a. Although
b. In spite of
3. Mary tried several times, but she couldn’t find a taxi.
a. Although,
b. In spite of
4. Although he felt tired, he stayed up to keep us company.
Despite
5. They didn’t have much time, however they  came to visit us.
In spite of
6. He is too old, but he still does his gymnastics every morning.
a. Although
b. Despite
7. Although the shirts are very expensive, people buy them  because they are trendy.
In spite of
8. Although he had no qualifications for it, he got the job.
In spite of
9. I didn’t like the CD you have recommended me, but I bought it all the same.
a. Although
b. In spite of
10. I told her all the truth. However she didn’t believe me.
a) Although
b) In spite of
11. They didn’t play well, but they won the game.
a) Although
b) Despite
12. They felt very cold but they didn’t  turn on the heater.
Despite
13. Bill had a terrible headache. However  he kept working.
a) Although
b) In spite of
14. He has all the necessary books but he doesn’t use them to study.
Despite
15. She works very hard but she doesn’t deserve a raise.
a) Although
b) In spite of
16. She is not  prepared for the test, but she has to do it.
Despite
17. She was ill but she had to go to school.
Although
18. It was a nice sunny but  there was nobody at the beach.
a) Although
b) Is spite of
19. He arrived  later but  he finished work earlier than the others.
Although
20. The new waitress seems honest and diligent. However the boss doesn’t like her.
a) Although
b) In spite of
CONCESSION CLAUSES
CONCESSION ALTHOUGH
Example: Although he loves only next door, I never see him.
Exercise 1
1. The car isn’t very nice, but it serves its purpose.
Although
2. Betty isn’t very tall, but she can run very fast.
Although
3. He doesn’t have much money, but he wants to buy car.
Although
4. There wasn’t much food at the party. However, everybody had a good time.
Although
5. He’s a hard worker. However he van newer save enough to buy a car
Although...................................................................
CONCESSION (EVEN) THOUGH = NEVERTHELESS
ALL THE SAME
Examples: They were boring, (even) though well-educated.
Though they were well-educated, they were boring.
Educated though they were, they were very boring.
They were well-educated. Nevertheless they were boring.
They were well-educated. All the same they were boring.
Exercise 2
1. He didn’t tell me why he’d been late, but I knew it all the same.
He didn’t tell me why he’d been late, but I knew it
2. It’s rather cold, but I think I’ll go for a walk.
Even though
3. She was unattractive but still had many friends.
Even though
4. She was unattractive but still had many friends.
Unattractive
5. Though they’d lived in London for years, they always spoke German.
They’d lived in London for years
CONCESSION MAY… BUT = I ADMIT THAT…
I GRAND THAT …
I CONCEDE THAT…
Note: Grant and concede are rarely used in current English.
Examples: He may have been brought up in Poland, but he has a perfect English accent.
I admit that he was brought up in Poland, but he has a perfect English accent.
I grant that he was brought up in Poland, but he has a perfect English accent.
I concede that he was brought up in Poland, but he has a perfect English
accent.
Exercise 3
1. Although he was brought up in Poland, he has a perfect English accent.
He may
2. Although she’s a girl, she plays football as well as any boy.
She may
3. Although she’s very rich, she never gives a penny to the poor
 
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