Choose the correct option.
- Even so / Even though we worked very hard, we just couldn’t finish the project on time.
- It was pretty cold and cloudy at the beach. Still / Though, we enjoyed ourselves.
- Don’t call me at work this afternoon provided / unless it’s absolutely necessary.
- You can go to the concert provided / unless you’ve done all your schoolwork first.
- Georgina passed her driving test despite / in spite the fact she was very nervous.
- The airport remained open in spite / despite of the severe winds and torrential rain. Flights were temporarily suspended although / though.
- I’m going to finish this report, however / even if I have to stay up all night to do so.
- The reviews for the film aren’t great, but even if /even so, I want to see it.
- By / On the one hand I’d love to go on holiday with my cousin but by / on the other hand I should be saving money for a new car.
- The train was very crowded. We managed to find a seat, although / however.
1. Even though
6. in spite
7. even if
8. even so
9. On / on
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