Japanese  …であろうと…であろうと grammar …dearouto…dearouto

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Let’s learn Japanese  …であろうと…であろうと grammar …dearouto…dearouto :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “Under any circumstances, it is still the same”. Following this structure is often the way of describing unchanged condition.


Ano neko wa mesudearou to osudearou to kau koto ni shimasu.
Whether that cat is male or female, I still decide to raise.

Harewataru hidearou to ame no hidearou to, kimi ga denwa ni kakeruto sugu ni ikimasu.
Whether it’s a sunny day or a rainy day, if you call, I’ll be there immediately.

Isogashii tokidearou to himana tokidearou to kimi no koto dake kangaemasu yo.
Whether busy or free, I only think of you.

Hahadearou to chichidearou to dare mo aishitemasu.
Whether it’s my father or mother, I love them all.

Aodearou to akadearou to daisukidesu.
Whether blue or red, I like.

Note: This is the structure used formal writing or formal speaking. We most use nouns but sometimes use な adjective. In case of いadjectives, it will be changed 「…かろうと…かろうと」. We can use structure「…であれ…であれ」 to replace.

Above is Japanese  …であろうと…であろうと grammar …dearouto…dearouto. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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