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I already know of the construction that takes the て-form of a verb + も and means "even if". But can this construction also be used with i-adjectives? For example, would saying the following be correct?

I want to go to that restaurant, even if it's expensive.

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Yes, it also works with na-adjectives and nouns.

蛇{へび}でも買いたい。 I want to buy it, even if it were a snake.

静{しず}かでも勉強できない。 I am unable to study, even if it were quiet.

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