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--- する>> される>>されでも



#1 Posted by okaybae about 7 months ago
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1. する:means to do. It is a very versitile word and is used like "foreign word" + する
ドライブする  doraibusuru - “to go for a drive”
リラックスする  rirakkususuru - “to relax”
キスする  kisusuru - “to kiss”
コピーする  kopiisuru - “to make a copy”, specifically “to photocopy”

2. される:means to go away, or leave.

3. されでも:means nevertheless, or even so, or nonwithstanding.
("He gives us a lot of trouble, but I like him all the same" or "He gives us a lot of trouble, but even so I like him")

Gabby Schwalm

#2 Posted by Mlawhcs about 6 months ago
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Actually される is the passive form of する. The passive forms basically mean something was done to you.  You can see the difference between する and される below.

私はその犬をキスした。(した is the past tense of する)

I kissed that dog.

私はその犬にキスされた。 (された is the past tense of される)

I was kissed by that dog.

されでも, I've never really seen used before, but as Mlawhc pointed out, most likely it is a mispelling of  それでも

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