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L5: Even/Even if/Even though

Choose the correct words to complete the sentences. Here are some hints from the website http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/emphasis.html#even Even places emphasis on a particular part of the sentence expressing an exceptional, surprising, or unexpected aspect. Even though (like though) expresses an exceptional existing situation that is contrary to what one would expect. Even adds emphasis to the though-clause. Even if (like if) expresses an exceptional, extraordinary, or unexpected condition…
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even if
We will go to the beach _____ it rains.
(even, even if, even though)
even though
We went to the beach _____ it rained.
(even, even if, even though)
even
We did everything. We _____ went surfing.
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Even
Everybody went swimming. _____ the teacher jumped in the water.
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even if
I won't go in the water _____ you give $100.
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even
They made all of the food, _____ the pizza.
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even though
He didn't go _____ he loves the beach.
(even, even if, even though)
even though
She went in the water _____ though she can't swim.
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even
They are on a diet and won't eat _____ one cookie.
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even
They were on a diet and wouldn't eat _____ one cookie.
(even, even if, even though)
even if
She'll go to the beach anytime _____ it is raining.
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even
He has been everywhere. He has _____ been to Antarctica.
(even, even if, even though)
Even though
______ he said he wasn't hungry, he ate a lot.
(even, even if, even though)