even - типичные ошибки в английском со словом even
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1. Some people think a mother should stay at home during the first year, even she has someone who could look after the child.

2. Even though I paid her for the room, but I knew she would prefer to live alone.

3. Many people think that it even snows in Norway in the summer.

4. In the future it even might be possible to work only thirty-five hours a week.

1. Some people think a mother should stay at home during the first year, even if she has someone who could look after the child.

2. Even though I paid her for the room, I knew she would prefer to live alone

3. Many people think that it snows In Norway even in the summer.

4. In the future it might even be possible to work only thirty-five hours a week.

1. Even is an adverb, NOT a conjunction.
even + If/though/when + clause

2. When the subordinate clause begins with even though, the main clause cannot begin with but or yet.

3. When there is a danger of confusion, put even immediately before the word or phrase that it qual ifies.

4. When the verb has more than one part, even is usually placed immediately after the (first) auxiliary.