Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N5 course!
I saw many times “だけど” “ですけど”.
It’s raining but I walk with my dog.
We can use だから(so…) at the beginning of a sentence, but here it is used as a conjunction of a sentence, so you should remove だ.
Because だ come after “na-adjective dictionary-form”, or “noun dictionary-form”.
ふっている is a verb, we don’t add だ or です before けど.
〜だ is a plain style of 〜です(polite style).
You can put any sentence before けど, but add だ only if you want to use na-adjective/noun dictionary-form.
I hope my answer helps you.😊
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I will teach you until you get it!
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