I'm not sure if these sample sentences below are grammatically incorrect, but they sound very odd to me.
- I couldn't see the man even though actually he was there.
- He still got hit even though quickly he jumped.
- I often see cats even though actually only dogs are allowed here.
Are these sentences grammatically correct? Is there a particular grammar rule for using even though? Normally I would hear those sentences phrased like this:
- I couldn't see the man even though he was actually there.
- He still got hit even though he jumped quickly.
- I often see more cats even though only dogs are actually allowed here.