First of all, I'm so sorry that I cannot answer your question in Thai because my husband's laptop doesn't have Thai program. But I think you might see the difference in English clearer than in Thai.
** Please remember that English language is so flexible !! If you are a student, the following explanation will be enough for the test because it is so confused to know all the meanings and the difference.
Nevertheless, though and although = conjunction adverb
In spite of = idiom
Nevertheless = However = but, :-)
Ex. The book is expensive; however, it's worth it.
Though = Although
<These 2 words are exactly the same meaning, so you can choose to use either one of them.>
Ex. She got F, though she had studied hard. =
She got F, although she had studied hard.
In spite of = Not stopped by
<In Thai, this word has the same meaning as "though and although" but if you translate it in English, it's different and easier to use, I think.>
Ex. They kept going in spite of their fears.
For the writing test, remember that you need to use comma < , > everytime you use the conjunction words.
Ex. I'm very happy in USA; however, I miss Thailand a lot. <my own feeling :)>
Ex. Even though <though> it was raining, she walked to work. =
She walked to work, though <even though> it was raining.
Practicing little by little, and then you will know how to use them in every meaning. :) I hope my explanation is clear enough and helps you a little bit. Have a good day :)
20 ธ.ค. 48 23:36:14