JLPT N1 Grammar (izure ni shitemo / izure ni shiro / izure ni seyo)


anyhow; anyway; either way; in any case ~

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Learn Japanese grammar: (izure ni shitemo / izure ni shiro / izure ni seyo). Meaning: anyhow; anyway; either way; in any case ~.

Kanji form: 「何れにしても」.

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Example #1

izure ni shitemo sukejuuru wa henkou dekinai.
At any rate, we can't change the schedule.
Example #2

risuku wa hikui ga, izure ni shitemo ki o tsukeru ni koshita koto wa nai.
The risk is low, but anyway it's best to be careful.
Example #3

izure ni shitemo, shitenchou to yoku hanashiatte susumete kudasai.
In any case, please discuss it with the branch manager and proceed.
Example #4

izure ni shiro, ashita wa ressha ni nori nasai.
In any case, please take the train tomorrow.
Example #5

izure ni seyo kare ga kitara, anata ni oshirase shimasu.
Anyway, I'll let you know when he comes.
Example #6

kono mama zokkou suru ka dou ka, izure ni seyo kyoujuu ni kimenakereba naranai.
In any case, we have to decide by the end of today whether or not to continue as is.
Example #7

izure ni seyo, kimi wa konomu ka konomanai ni kakawarazu, hayaku shuppatsu suru hitsuyou ga aru.
In any case, you need to leave early, whether you like it or not.

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