• Although + sustantivo +verbo + complementos, sustantivo +verbo + complementos.
• Although it is raining, we go out.
• Although: we can also use ', Although' (‘AUNQUE'), which is not followed by coma and
can go to the beginning or in the middle of the sentence.
Although he likes football, he does not like tennis.
• BUT / HOWEVER: Both connectors are used with this sense of contrast. However, the
particle 'but' ('but') not to start commonly used phrase, in this case use 'however' ('but').
He likes football but does not like tennis
• BECAUSE: This connector indicates why we have done something.
It was the party because he likes football.
• There are also connectors to express why something happened or consequence he had.
SO: This connector is used to talk about the result, and is often used phrase in the
He likes soccer, so was the match.