I wanted to ask for help with these phrase, I understand the concepo but what is that kanji or hiragana after the doko he iku (??).
Looks to me like:
Makes sense, now new question the 行っても, what is も doing there?
One use of も is following a verb+て for an “even if (you do verb)” meaning. (You can see examples in item 4 in Maggie Sensei’s page on ても.)
Thus, in the letter Ami received from her friends, it says “Even if you go somewhere, we’ll always be together.”
well thank you very much, totally solves my question
ても is fairly common, so you might start seeing/hearing it a lot more now =D