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Although she knows a lot about the business, she still has a lot to learn from her mother.
even though (Used to connect contrasting ideas. At the start of a sentence, other synonyms could include words and phrases such as however, yet, all the same, on the other hand, still, even so, and nonetheless.)

Although can also be used as a synonym for but, but in those instances, though or but would generally be considered the better word choice. For example, "She’s a great teacher, although not the most popular," would generally be better as "She’s a great teacher, though not the most popular."
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