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3 years ago
I was making some sentence cards and was wondering what だって in this case meant.
I got sth like "
Even I am of use as splendid maid for Kobayashi."
for context: Lucoa was summoned by Shota but doesn't want to leave. Tohru tells her, she can't just stay for free.
May 26, 2020 at 14:07
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Yes, that’s right. In particular, it gives the flavor of making a counterargument to something that was already stated. So one could imagine that the context is about Lucoa not being useful, and she is trying argue against that.
May 26, 2020 at 16:31
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