Japanese はべつとして grammar habetsutoshite

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Let’s learn Japanese はべつとして grammar habetsutoshite :

Formation :

Interrogative word + かはべつとして

Meaning and how to use :

Describing the meaning “The problem is not important / unknown”.


Yuukou kadouka wa betsu to shite, kono yarikata-douri yatte miru kachi wa aru to omoimasu.
I don’t know if it is effective or not, but I think it is worth trying.

Seikou suru kadouka wa betsu to shite, ima dewa sono touri ni shinai to shippai-ritsu wa 100-paasentoda.
Whether it is successful or not but now without doing so, the failure rate will be 100%.

Zentei ga ii kadouka wa betsu to shite, omona naiyou ni shuuchuu shite kudasai.
I don’t care if the opening is good or not, focus on the main content.

Kare ni shinji rareru kadouka wa betsu to shite, imakare wo settoku suru koto ga mottomo taisetsu no kotoda.
It doesn’t matter he believes it or not, now it is important to convince him.

Kono uwasa ga hontou kadouka wa betsu to shite, uwasa no hiromeru supiido wo kanshin shite kudasai.
Whether the rumor is true or not, care about the speed it spreads.

Note: You can also say「べつにして」.

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