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Aún / Aun

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Aún (with the accent) means still. If it is used in a negative sentence it means yet. For example: Aún estamos aquí is We are still here. But Aún no fueron is They have not left yet.

However, aun (without the accent) is even. Therefore the example of Aun cuando fueron is Even though they left.

With the accent is still or yet and without the accent it is even.


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