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Last Updated: Apr 29, 2015     Views: 1

We often use even with the verb in the middle of a sentence.

e.g.: They are very rich. They even have their own private jet.

You can use even + a comparative.

e.g.: I got up every early but John got up even earlier.

You can use even + though/when/if to join sentences.

e.g.: Even though she can't drive, she has bought a car.

He never shouts, even when he is angry.

I will probably see you tomorrow. But even if I don't see you tomorrow, we are sure to see each other before the weekend.

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