When shopping with a friend: "That dress is very pretty, it's expensive though". After baking a cake: "It doesn't look pretty. It tastes good though!'' Talking to your friend about what to do today: A: "Why don't we go to the beach?" B: "It's too far though"
@lucaselt It sort of has the same meaning as 'but' when used in that way. For example "That dress is pretty, its expensive though" has the same meaning as "That dress is pretty but its expensive". To me, the use of 'though' at the end of a sentence sometimes sounds like it would be the other person saying it. What I mean is if you said "That dress is pretty" and then your friend would say "It's expensive though".
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