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Nihongo So-Matome N3 (まとめ) >  1

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1. As for A
My little brother likes dogs, but (as for me,) I don't.
1. Considering A, B (unexpected)
A can also refer to a (normal) expectation with B showing unexpected results compared to that.
In contrast for someone with no money, your clothes are unexpectedly flashy.
1. Even though A, unfortunate result/state B
Both A and B have the same subject, and the speaker is showing strong criticism/condemnation of B despite A.
           くせに    させた  
Even though mom asked my big sister to clean, she made me do it.
1. Used to emphasize negative B
B can be things such as a negative adjective (きらい), or a verb (できない、いらない, etc).
    なんか いや    
I don't like clothes like this.
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