Element FORM/USE: NON-FINITE AFTER 'ALTHOUGH', 'THOUGH'
SuperCat CLAUSES
SubCat subordinated
Lexical Range N/A
Level C2
Cando Can use non-finite clauses after subordinating conjunctions '(although, though)', to express contrast.
Corrected Learner Example
I was my parents' first and only child, and I was brought up at my grandparents' home, because, although married, my mother decided not to leave her parents' home, and my father agreed with her. (Spain; C2 MASTERY; 1993; Spanish - European; Pass)

Although committed to her job she successfully maintains her social contacts all over the world. (Germany; C2 MASTERY; 1993; German; Pass)

Jack, though disappointed, respects the result. (Switzerland; C2 MASTERY; 1993; German; Pass)
Uncorrected Learner Example
Comments N/A

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