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What’s the difference between [v] たとしても and just the plain ても
What’s the difference between [v] たとしても and just the plain ても, Example: (1) 説明書を読んでも分かりにくい (2) 説明書を読んだとしても分かりにくい
Jun 12 '11 at 15:40
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