They mean the same, but the way I use them is different. I usually use although at the start of a statement or sentence. eg. 'although, he did like cheese', 'i don't like rap music, although I do like classical'. I often use though at the end of the sentence or the same way as although but as 'even though'. eg. 'he did drink though' or 'he didn't smoke even though he did drink'. Both although and though have the same meaning, though. This was difficult to explain, I hope it made sense 😊
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