Verb patterns with as and though

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As and though can both be used after an adjective or an adverb. In this case, they mean although.

In American English, these structures aren’t very common. Instead, Americans prefer using the structure as---as.

Occasionally as can be used in this construction to mean because.

Note that though cannot mean because in this construction.

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As, since, because and for
A lot of, lots of, plenty of, a great deal of
Below and under
Above and over
Both and both of
As if and as though
Fairly, quite, pretty and rather
Finally, at last, in the end and at the end
No and none