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despite the fact that
The baby isn't sleeping, even though it's late.
in the event or on the condition that something happens
We'll go for a walk if the weather is nice.
as it would be if
He treats her as if she were a princess.
with the result that
He didn't want to go to the party, so we went without him.
in order that
I stayed there so I could see them.
to emphasize that each of two things is true
Both Carmen and her husband speak French.
at what time, the time at which, and then...etc
My aunt was only sixteen when she got married.
following or subsequent to the time specified
I saw him after I returned home.
to connect different possibilities
It is four or five o'clock now.
As long as
during the time that
I'll stay here as long as she gets better.
on condition that
You can go out with your friends in the evenings as long as you get good marks at school.
at the same time that
I was reading a book while Kate and Rick were playing football in the garden.
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