I've been trying to get the meaning of this sentence for a while and I just can't figure out the grammatical structures behind it. The sentence is:


I found out that ごまかした the plain past form is from ごまかす and the って is probably for bringing up a topic (?). Also 聞いた is the plain past form from 聞く. But I don't know what to do with the ちゃんと and also the ending of the sentence. What does the んだ to the verb and what is the sentence ending からな?

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    〜たって may be confusing. I hope these posts help you 30696 and 2055
    – dungarian
    Commented May 19, 2022 at 18:15

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Even if you try to hide it, I heard it, you know.

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