I need help to understand some grammar in this sentence


So I translated it for "no matter how many times I will try, the result will be the same. that's the truth of this world"

But there are two things that I don't understand here:

  1. ゃったって? where it came from? te iru form of やる (to do)? Because I know there is どうゃったって - what do you saying

  2. なんだ? is that to explain ton or something?

Thanks, Or

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    Are you sure it isn't rather than ? – user1478 Dec 30 '17 at 17:46

Why is your translation spot-on if you do not understand two parts of the original?

This 「って」 is the colloquial form of 「とて」, which means "even if".


「なんだ」 is the colloquial form of 「なのだ」, which is a sentence-ender expressing a firm kind of declaration/affirmation.

  • Thanks, I understood the context well. was I right that ゃった is やる? – Smiled_One Dec 30 '17 at 17:26
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    Why are you using a small ゃ instead of the regular や? It doesn't make sense in this context. – Kurausukun Dec 31 '17 at 7:48
  • Probably my mistake... – Smiled_One Jan 1 '18 at 17:52

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