100 Grammar Points


76. The Non-but でも/ても Even if; although

We have studied も which means “also.” When added after the て form of a verb or adjective it brings on the meaning of “even if.”

Let’s investigate:

joudan wo ittemo, kare wa waraimasen.
Even if
you tell a joke, he won’t laugh.

And an adjective:

tsumetakutemo taberaremasu.

Even if
it is cold, I can eat it.

And just stick it after a noun

su-paman demo sonna koto wa dekinai yo.

Even Superman can’t do that!

100 Grammar Points


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