Level 3 Lesson 12 / But still, nevertheless / 그래도

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Welcome back to another lesson about conjunctions! Today we are introducing a conjunction that means “but still” or “nevertheless”. Find out more about it by listening to the audio lesson!

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  • 나탈리아

    일하기 전에 저는 잘 잤어요. 그래도 장말 졸려요!
    I slept well before working. But I’m still very sleep.

    오늘은 너무 숙제를 수 있어요. 그래도 기뻐요.
    Today I have a lot of homework to do. But I’m still happy.

    와, 이 영화는 무서운 같아요. 그래도 보고 싶어요.
    Wow, this movie looks scary. But I still want to watch.

    TTMIK 감사합니다!

  • Esat Armağan Kaymaz

    그래도, 우리 그를 조금 더 기다려야 해요.

    Nevertheless, we have to him a bit more.