I do want to know what is the difference between these three conjunctions.
Are there any differences?
"Though" vs. "Even though" vs. "Although"
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They tend to be used in different situations, differing slightly in emphasis. Maybe because some are harder to say.
For instance, if you wanted to make a big deal out of your following statement, you'd say Although or even though. If it's just a minor issue, then you might say though.
If you're going to trail off thoughtfully after the phrase, you would use although... or though... I've never heard this with even though....
Also, even though emphasizes the "in spite of the fact that..." meaning.