I'm reading the manga Orange and one of the lines that's said by a character is
So far, my understanding of the sentence is:
Even if we tell (him) to be careful not to fall
The next clause is where I get a little tripped up:
The translation from the anime is "we won't be able to change anything." So the question is more of a grammatical question, not so much a translation question.
It's saying that the "(Something) is not the future that will change by doing that" but the (something) isn't specified. What is that something? In other words, 何が そんな事で変わる未来 じゃない？
In a simpler example, if I say 明日食べるケーキ じゃない and there's a cake in front of me, then the meaning is clear: This cake is not the one I'll eat tomorrow. So is the same grammar logic happening in my manga sentence, and there's an implied subject that's happening somewhere in the conversation?