This is the original sentence: "The guests reached the wedding party last night though it rained heavily." I transformed it to: "It rained heavily last night;however, the guests reached the wedding party." Is this correct?
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I like to put context prior to subject matter when able. As such, my extrapolation of the sentence would be as follows: 'Despite heavy rainfall last night, the guests arrived safely for the wedding party.'
The first sentence is preferable, but if you would rather it be transformed you might say:
Though it rained heavily last night, the guests reached the wedding party.
Leave out the ";however,". Hope this helps.