although

CORALINNA

Senior Member
Portuguese - Brasil
I have studied "although" but I noticed that its uses depends a lot on the context. In this situation, can I use it?

"The food in Argentina is better than in the USA although they don´t eat rice."

Tks in advance.
 
  • sdgraham

    Senior Member
    USA English
    The "although" is grammatically OK, but the sentence is not clear.

    "They" has no antecedent. So, we don't know who "they" might be ... especially since rice is eaten in both countries.

    Also, you appear to be making the value judgment that rice is gastronomically superior to other foods. Is that what you want to say?
     
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