"although" vs. "though", "while", and "whereas"
Purpose: The following exercise gives you practice in
distinguishing between the sentence connectors
"although" vs. "while" and "whereas".
Read and become familiar with the different meanings and uses of
"although" and "(even) though" (concessive connector), as well as
"while" and "whereas" (adversative connectors)
before attempting this exercise.
Instructions: In this exercise, you will be presented with example texts that lack a sentence connector.
From the pull-down select box, choose either "although", "while" or "whereas", and then
press the "CHECK" button to receive feedback on your choice.
Feedback: Please note that you can also click on the icon in the left-hand corner at any time during the exercise to send an automated email message with comments, questions or problems to your teacher.
Estimated time: 20 minutes.
Press the button below to start the exercise.