Japanese てでも grammar tedemo
Let’s learn Japanese てでも grammar tedemo :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe how to do things in a strongly way. This way of speaking expresses the strong determination that in order to do that, the speaker is willing to do even extreme things.
Ima no seikatsu wo yamete mo, jibun no yume wo kanaetaidesu.
Even if I have to give up my life now, I want to fulfill my dream.
Fujiyuu ni natte mo kanojo ni saikai shitaidesu.
I still want to meet at her even if I can’t move anymore.
Gakkou wo taigaku shite mo, jibun no risou touri yaritai to omou.
Even if I quit school, I would like to follow my own ideals.
Shumi wo yamete mo eranda michi ni ayumitai.
Even if I give up my hobby, I want to follow the path I have chosen.
Kubi ni natte mo joushi no warui ten wo zenbu iitai.
Even if I am fired, I want to say the bad point of my superiors.
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