JLPT N1 Grammar (akumade mo)

Meaning

to the end; persistently; absolutely; is still very ~

How to use

あくまでもclause

Learn Japanese grammar: 【あくまでも】(akumade mo). Meaning: to the end; persistently; absolutely; is still very ~.

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Example #1

そらはあくまでもあおい。
sora wa akumade mo aoi.
The sky is as blue as blue can be.
Example #2

わたしはあくまでもかのじょをみつけるつもりです。
watashi wa akumademo kanojo o mitsukeru tsumori desu.
I will definitely find her.
Example #3

このスケジュールはあくまでもよていです。
kono sukejuuru wa akumademo yotei desu.
This schedule is still just a plan.
Example #4

われわれはあくまでもたたかいぬくけっしんをした。
wareware wa akumademo tatakai nuku kesshin o shita.
We have made up our minds to fight it out.
Example #5

このしごとはあくまでもいちじてきで、えいえんにここにはたらくつもりはない。
kono shigoto wa akumademo ichijiteki de, eien ni koko ni hataraku tsumori wa nai.
This job is only temporary and I'm not going to work here forever.
Example #6

そのおとこのこはあくまでもかみのけをのばすことにこだわった。
sono otoko no ko wa akumademo kaminoke o nobasu koto ni kodawatta.
The boy persisted in wearing his hair long.
Example #7

あのしょうひんはねあげてもわたしにとってあくまでもやすい。
ano shouhin wa neagetemo watashi ni totte akumademo yasui.
That item is still very cheap for me even if the price increases.
Example #8

きみがいくらわらっても、ぼくはあくまでもじぶんのあんをこしゅします。
kimi ga ikura waratte mo, boku wa akumademo jibun no an o koshu shimasu.
No matter how much you laugh, I will carry out my plan to the end.

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