~としたところで, ~としたって, ~にしたところで ([~としたところで, ~としたって, ~にしたところで] )(toshitatokorode toshitatte nishitatokorode)
Meaning: even if, though としても
Example: Even if all the members participated, there'd still only be about 20 persons
JLPT Level: 1
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|Ref # Kanzen Master Level 1 - p28 - no.29|| |
|Ref # A Dictionary of Advanced Japanese Grammar p423|| |
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- imasara-tatokorode (
imasara-tatokorode also means "even if" but the usage is for things where, doing the first part of the sentence before tatokorode is a fruitless action.
[toshitatokorode toshitatte nishitatokorode] etc. which has a slightly different nuance meaning even though the first part of the sentence is NOT a wasted effort, the final result doesn't satisfy.) [LR]
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|bshock||In ex # 7905, I don't recognize the exact grammar from "どうしたりいかわからにんです。 " It seems like "Dou shitari i ka wakarani n desu" ought to be more like "Dou shitara ii ka wakaranai n desu." Is the original sentence slang or regional dialect?|| |
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