Ending sentence with though

Though is used as a conjunction. The word ending the sentence is a complete grammatical unit and provides its own punctuation mark. A comma is not needed after though, since the word does not serve as an introductory element for the next clause. This means that you cannot use a semicolon or colon before it.

Sentences

  1. The food was delicious though spicy.
  2. I love this game, though I haven’t played in a while.
  3. I want to go swimming, though it’s cold outside.
  4. I’m going to bed now, though I’ve only just woken up.
  5. I’m going out, though it’s raining.
  6. We are sorry we can’t afford to give you a raise this year, though we appreciate all your hard work.
  7. I don’t like driving in heavy traffic, though I know it’s necessary sometimes.
  8. I love the new iPhone, though I don’t know how to use it.
  9. I know it’s rude to talk about other people behind their backs, though I do it all the time!
  10. I thought he was going to be a good teacher, but though he was very knowledgeable and friendly, he was also very strict.
  11. I love you though we have had our ups and downs.
  12. He was tired though he agreed to do it.
  13. I’m studying hard. Though, I’m not very confident about the exam.
  14. I’m a good player. Though, I can’t win all the time.
  15. We’re having a party tonight. Though, you’re not invited!
  16. I’m very happy for him/her. Though, he/she doesn’t deserve it!
  17. You have to work hard if you want to succeed in life. Though, it’s not easy!
  18. Don’t be afraid of failure; everyone fails at times. Though, it’s important to learn from mistakes and try again!
  19. She hates him and though they always fight, they are still friends.
  20. I believe that there is no need to fear the future though I may not understand it.
  21. I’ll love you forever and ever, even though it hurts to breathe.
  22. This is a list of some of the most common ways to end a sentence with though.
  23. I love the movie though I know it’s flawed.
  24. I love the movie though it’s flawed.
  25. But even though she had doubts about his plan, she still supported him.
  26. The rain came down hard though we were sheltered under an umbrella.
  27. She’s very smart, though she doesn’t do well in school.
  28. I’m hungry. Though, I guess I’m really not.”
  29. I don’t want to go out. Though, maybe we should.
  30. You’re right. Though, you know what they say…
  31. I thought I’d have time to finish, but though it’s only ten-thirty, the library’s closed.
  32. I love him, though he’s not always very nice to me.
  33. I’m tired,” said Jack, though he’d only been walking for half an hour.
  34. He was angry with himself for being so foolish and careless, though he knew that his mistakes were not really his fault.
  35. I’ve had a bad day, though.
  36. It’s hard to find a good job, though.
  37. I’m tired, though.
  38. The exam was difficult, though.
  39. It’s cold in here, though.
  40. I’m going to get my driver’s license though I don’t really want one.
  41. The teacher gave us homework though we weren’t ready for it yet.
  42. I don’t want to go, though I know it’s the right thing to do.
  43. I love you, though I know you don’t love me back.
  44. I know that you are guilty, though I can’t prove it.
  45. I like eating cake, though I don’t like the calories.
  46. He said he would help me study for my math test, though he didn’t turn up on time.
  47. I don’t think we’re going to get any work done today. It’s raining, and I’m tired, though.
  48. The kids were playing in the yard when I got home from work. They should be in bed by now though.
  49. I’m sorry about what happened last week, but I didn’t mean for it to happen. I’ll try not to do that again though.
  50. I love you even though you’re a terrible person!
  51. I am a good husband, though I never said so.
  52. I can’t believe it’s over. Though I’m sad, I’m also happy for her.”
  53. It’s a great place to live, though the rent is high.
  54. I don’t like him, though he’s my brother.
  55. The movie was good, though it wasn’t what I expected.
  56. She’s a sweet girl but has a bad temper sometimes – though that’s only when she’s angry or upset about something.
  57. Despite the fact that he is a good lawyer, though he is not very good at speaking in public.
  58. She works hard, though she is poor.
  59. I’m going to leave early, though I don’t really have anything else to do today.
  60. Though he’s young, he’s very mature for his age.
  61. The movie was great, though it was a bit scary at times.
  62. I will lend you my car even though it’s old and unreliable.
  63. He has worked hard to get where he is today, though he has had setbacks along the way.
  64. My brother is older than me though he looks younger.
  65. I finally finished my book though it took me days to do so.
  66. We can’t afford to buy a new car this year, though we really need one.
  67. We had a good time at the party, though I did not know many people there.
  68. I’m not sure how much longer I can do this job. Though, it’s not as bad as some of my other jobs.
  69. I love chocolate cake, though I don’t like the frosting.
  70. The sun may shine through the clouds for days on end though we cannot see it.
  71. The party was fun, though it started at midnight.
  72. I don’t like tomatoes, though they are good for you.
  73. I didn’t think he’d try to kiss me, though we’ve been dating for months.
  74. I wanted to go to the beach, though it’s raining.
  75. The answer is yes and no,” she said, though her tone was doubtful.
  76. I’m sorry to hear that,” I said, though it wasn’t my fault at all.
  77. It was a great party, but I had to leave early since I had an early meeting the next morning. Though, I wish I could have stayed longer!
  78. I like him as a person, even though his ideas are sometimes wacky.

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