JLPT N4 Grammar (temo)

How to use

Verb (て form)
Noun + で
な-adjective + で
い-adjective + くて
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Learn Japanese grammar: (temo) & (demo). Meaning: even; even if; even though ~.

Be careful to not confuse this with , which is has a separate meaning.

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Example #1

takusan tabetemo, onaka ga sukimasu.
Even if I eat a lot, I still feel hungry.
Example #2

nichiyoubi demo, hatarakimasu.
I work even on Sundays.
Example #3

kodomo demo dekiru koto yo.
Even children can do this.
Example #4

hitsuyou nano de, takaku temo kaimasu.
I need this, so I'll still buy it even if it's expensive.
Example #5

kore wa ooi desu yo. ganbattemo tabe kirei nai.
There is too much.. Even if I give it my all I can't eat everything.
Example #6

yasukutemo, watashi wa guruupu ryokou ga suki janai.
Even if it's cheaper, I don't like traveling in a group.
Example #7

ima demo osokunai kara, hayaku ayamarinasai.
It's not too late, hurry up and apologize.
Example #8

ikura okane ga atte mo, kane de kaenai mono ga arimasu.
No matter how much money you have, there are still things that money cannot buy.
Example #9

ame ga futtemo, kyou sentaku o shimasu.
Even if it rains, I'm doing the laundry today.
Example #10

takarakuji ga atattemo, watashi no ima no seikatsu wa kawaranai to omou.
Even if I were to win the lottery, I don't think my life would change much.
Example #11

nihon ni kitemo, chanto benkyou shinaito nihongo wa jouzu ni narimasen yo.
Even if you come to Japan, you still need to properly study or you won't get good at Japanese.
Example #12

ryougan ga atte mo, hikari ga nakereba miru koto wa dekinai.
Even with both eyes, without light one cannot see.

Vocabulary List

働くはたらくto work
子供こどもchildren; child
降るふるto fall (rain)
嫌いきらいto dislike
遅いおそいto be slow; late
早くはやくhurry; fast
謝るあやまるto apologize
買えるかえるto be able to buy

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