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Mimi Kara N2 Grammar: にしろ/せよ/しても (ni shiro / seyo / shite mo)

Mimi Kara N2 Grammar: にしろ/せよ/しても (ni shiro / seyo / shite mo)

94. ~ にしろ/せよ/しても (ni shiro / seyo / shite mo)

Meaning: Even if it’s ~ / Assuming ~ anyway, in the end still –> opinion, judgment, evaluation

How to use:
N + にしろ/せよ/しても

V/Aい/Aな + にしろ/せよ/しても

* Aな no add だ

Example sentences:

Even if his personality is problematic, we can’t help but acknowledge his excellence.

Assuming the content of the article is true, it is not good to write about people’s private affairs like that.

No matter how busy you are, there is still time to make a call.

Even if I can’t win the championship, I want to win the first round.

Grammar: にしろ/せよ/しても…にしろ/せよ/しても (ni shiro / seyo / shite mo…ni shiro / seyo / shite mo)

How to use: Whatever it is, whatever the case is

Example sentences:

“Whether you go or not, please reply by tomorrow.”

Whether you are a man or a woman, I think you should know how to do the simplest housework.

Recently, whether it’s NHK or the mass media, there are a lot of TV channels for young people, so many elderly people are not satisfied.

No matter what you do at home, you must first get permission from your father.

I still don’t know if I should continue my studies or go back to my country, anyway, I will still take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test.