all be it vs albeit : Common Errors in English

About all be it vs albeit

“Albeit” is a single word meaning “although”: “Rani’s recipe called for a tablespoon of saffron, which made it very tasty, albeit rather expensive.” It should not be broken up into three separate words as “all be it,” just as “although” is not broken up into “all though.”

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  1. Mike Mussina is returning to his alma mater as a varsity coach, but not for the baseball team

    Before he was an MLB star, Mike Mussina was a three-sport high school standout at Montoursville (Penn.) High. Across four years, Mussina starred on the varsity baseball team, but also was a standout on the Montoursville football and basketball squads as well. Now, after five years in retirement, Mussina is returning to his roots to give back, albeit in a way that most wouldn’t anticipate ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Prep Rally via Yahoo! Sports

  2. Flash: USD/CAD, sustained weakness below 1.0170/75 needed - TDS

    FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - The USD/CAD market may continue to range trade, albeit with a soft bias,... For more information, read our latest forex news.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The Forex Market

  3. Does Obama Still Know How to Stump?

    After enduring weeks of acronym-heavy scandalmania — IRS! DOJ! NSA! — President Obama is refocusing on his favorite acronym from the stump: GOP. Yes, Obama is back — albeit temporarily — in campaign mode, on the occasion of the special Senate race in Massachusetts, between longtime Democratic Congressman Edward Markey and Republican newcomer Gabriel Gomez (pictured right), to replace the seat ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

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