Japanese grammar たって, だって tatte, datte

Japanese grammar たって, だって tatte, datte

Let’s learn Japanese grammar たって, だって tatte, datte :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1.たって/だって: no matter how, even (some one like me also…)

For example

‘watashi datte suki na hito ha iru yo.’
“I also have person that I like”.

ano ko ha donnani tabe ta tte futoku nara ine.
That person eats so much, but he is not fat

watashi no shinchou ga hikuku tatte warui koto ja nai.
Being short is not bad thing.

onnanoko ha otokonoko no koto ga suki datte futsuu desho u.
That girls like boys is normal.

それぐらいのこと 子供だってできる。
sore gurai no koto kodomo datte dekiru.
If there is just that amount, child also can do.

だって, たって: mainly used in spoken language.

Related structures :

ても, でも, temo , demo

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