JLPT N3 Grammar (ni shite mo)


even if; even though; regardless of~

How to use

Verb (casual)にしても
Noun + (である)
な-adjective + (である)
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Learn Japanese grammar: (ni shite mo). Meaning: even if; even though; regardless of~.

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Example #1

sore ni shite mo, nihon wa yoi kuni desu ne!
Regardless, Japan is a great country!
Example #2

nani o suru ni shite mo, yoku kangaete kara koudou shinasai.
Regardless of what you do, make sure you think carefully before you take action.
Example #3

dochira ni shite mo sansei dekinai.
In either case I cannot agree.
Example #4

konkai no shiken wa goukaku shita ni shite mo, tensuu wa amari yokunai to omou.
Even if I pass this test, I don’t think I’ll have a high score.
Example #5

dare ga yatta ni shite mo, watashi tachi zen'in de sekinin o toranakereba naranai.
Regardless of who did it, we must all take responsibility.
Example #6

izure ni shite mo onaji kekka ni naru.
Both lead to the same result.
Example #7

dochira ni shite mo, dekiru dake hayaku yoyaku shita hou ga ii yo.
Either way, you should make the reservation as soon as possible.
Example #8

hajimete no shigoto de mada nareteinai ni shitemo, kou machigatte bakari icha, komaru ne.
Although this may be your first job, it's a big problem to be making mistakes like this.

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