View topic - 「～としても」の使い方法 (how to use "to shite mo")
宿題をしたとして〜 Assume that you did your homework〜
朝ご飯を食べるとする。 Assume that you're going to eat breakfast.
明日に行くとしたら，今切符を買った方がいいです。 If we assume that we're going tomorrow, it's better to buy the ticket now.
Since you have ~mo attached in front of ~te, the sentence changes to Even assuming/hypothesizing.
Anyone correct me if I'm wrong
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サン wrote:what does "...to shite mo" (「～としても」） mean and how is it used in a sentence? Please present examples.
If it wasn't for the fact that you have said you are self studying it would sound as if you are asking us to do your homework.
としても (prt) assuming ...; even if ...; (P)
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