Though, thought, tough, through or throughout?

These words are all very similar in spelling and pronunciation, which makes it difficult to distinguish them. Take a look at the chart below to better understand the differences.

Though is a conjunction and is synonymous with but and although. I like ice cream, though this flavor isn’t good.
Thought is the past tense of the verb to think. I thought it was a good idea at the time.
Tough is an adjective meaning hard, firm, or difficult. It was a tough game to win.
Through is a preposition meaning from one end to the other, or from beginning to end. I moved through the crowd of people.
Throughout is also a preposition, and it means during a time period or in every part/place. Music was playing throughout the store.