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Th words Th sound /θ/ Three Think Thank Thick /ð/ They The That Then /t/ Thomas Thelma Thiland tought It is the conjugation of the past tense and participle of the irregular verb to think. Sam thought it would be great if they had a dog! My thoughts are a little confusing today. though The adverb though means “mas", “embora", “entretanto". I bought that book, though I don’t really have the time to read now. I broke up with him. I miss him though. tough This adjective means “strong”, “determined” and “resistant”. But it also serves as a description of something “hard”, “severe”, “difficult”, or even to say that someone is “tough”. We believe these are tough times, but everything will be fine! He’s a tough one. through It’s another adverb. I had to walk through the park to get home! I can’t see through the mist. thorough This adjective means "detailed", "meticulous". I need to be thorough with this contract. I gave my room a thorough cleaning. Throughout Our last adverb means "entirely", "throughout" or "during the duration of a certain time". Always bringing this idea of wholeness. June slept throughout the movie! People throughout the country are watching that show.