JLPT N1 Grammar (wa dou de are)

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Noun + は/がどう(で)あれ
どこであれ
何であれ
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Learn Japanese grammar: (wa dou de are). Meaning: however; whatever​ ~.

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Example #1

てんこうはどうであれ、いかなくてはならない。
tenkou wa dou de are, ikanakute wa naranai.
Whatever the weather, I have to go.
Example #2

けっかはどうであれ、ぼくがくいはない。
kekka wa dou de are, boku ga kui wa nai.
Whatever the result, I have no regrets.
Example #3

きみのいばしょはどこであれ、かならずあいにいくから。
kimi no ibasho wa doko de are, kanarazu ai ni iku kara.
Wherever you are, I'll definitely go see you.
Example #4

あなたのいけんがどうであれ、わたしはこれをけっこうします。
anata no iken ga dou de are, watashi wa kore o kekkou shimasu.
Whatever your opinion, I will do this.
Example #5

ねだんはどうであれ、ひつようのないものをぜったいかわない。
nedan wa dou de are, hitsuyou no nai mono o zettai kawanai.
Whatever the price, never buy something you don't need.
Example #6

りゆうはなんであれ、きょうしつでのけいたいでんわのしようはみとめません。
riyuu wa nan de are, kyoushitsu de no keitai denwa no shiyou wa mitomemasen.
Whatever the reason, we do not allow the use of mobile phones in the classroom.
Example #7

あなたのかこはどうであれ、あなたをささえていきたい。
anata no kako wa dou de are, anata o sasaete ikitai.
I want to support you no matter what your past is.

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