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“I already ate. Thanks, though!”

When you use this word conversationally, it’s going to be at the end of the sentence.
Her words are happy, [but look at her eyes, though.
We often make a second sentence instead of using “but.”
This cake looks pretty. It tastes awful, though.
The traffic accident was pretty bad. I couldn’t stop looking, though.

I'm sorry. I can't stay for lunch. I'll have a cup of tea, though.
Speaker 1: Would you like something to drink?
Speaker 2: I've just had some water. Thanks, though! (Thanks, anyway)

Although I’ve met that man twice, I can’t remember his name.
I’ve met that man twice. I can’t remember his name, though.

Video: BBC (British English)

Video: VOA (American English)

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