[JLPT grammar] Is it OK to use でも after けど sentence?

Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N3 course!



Is it OK to use でも after けど sentence?


[My Reply]

It’s not a mistake, but it is slightly redundant.

〜が, 〜けど, and でも mean the same.

If you want to connect sentences, use 〜が and 〜けど.
You can use でも at the beginning of a sentence.

You can use them together in a conversation when you become silent with thinking before でも.


The silence makes it sound like a new sentence has started.

When you write, you should not use them in one sentence.


I hope my answer helps you. 😊



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