Japanese にしろ grammar nishiro

Japanese にしろ grammar nishiro
Japanese にしろ grammar nishiro

Let’s learn Japanese にしろ grammar nishiro :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

Aな(remove な)である+にしろ

Meaning and how to use :

“Though, even though…”. The clause behind are usually comment, opinion, attitude that express speaker’s disapprovement.

For example

Ikura sainō ga aru ni shiro, isshokenmei ganbara nakattara seikō deki nai yo.
No matter how talented you are, if you don’t try hard, you won’t succeed.

wakai hito de aru ni shiro, omoi hanzai shi tara, zettai ni bassareru.
Although you are young, you are commited seriously guilty, you are still punished.

daitōryō no o musuko san de aru ni shiro, kimi wa kōtsū kiritsu o mamora nakya nara nai.
Although you are president’s son, you must obey the traffic law.

okane ga nakatta ni shiro, tanin no okane o nusun de ike nai.
Though you have no money, you mustn’t rob it from others.

ryokō ni iku ni shiro, konnani omoi ame ga futte tanoshimu nanka deki nai.
It’s rainy, though we are travelling, we can not ẹnoy.

Related structures :

にしろ…にしろ nishiro..nishiro
にせよ niseyo

above is Japanese にしろ grammar nishiro. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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