"even if" is usually used to show a hypothetical (possible) situation, and can be replaced by "whether or not". Although usually shows contrast or inability, and can usually be replaced with "even though". Ex) Although I wanted to go to the party, I had too much homework Even if I could go to the party, I'd rather stay home. Although he missed the final goal, it was a great game. Even if he had made the final goal, our team would have won. He is a hard worker, although his paycheck doesn't reflect it. Even if he worked all day, he could not afford a new car.
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