Wúlùn yùdào duō dà de kùnnán, wǒmen dōu yào jiānchí xiàqù.
No matter how many difficulties we encounter, we will stick to it.
无论 (Wúlùn) no matter …
因为 (Yīnwèi) because
如果 (Rúguǒ) if
1. 无论 (Wúlùn) … 都 (dōu) … No matter… will…
“无论 (Wúlùn)”means “no matter,” and is used in the first part of the sentence, in conjunction with “都 (dōu)” and “也 (yě)” which can be used in the second part of the sentence to emphasize the action or decision will not change. Hence expressing that no matter what happens, someone will still continue doing something.
Wúlùn fāshēng shénme, wǒ dōu huì bāngzhù nǐ.
No matter what happens, I will help you.
2. 因为 (Yīnwèi) … 所以 (suǒyǐ)… Because…
“因为 (Yīnwèi) Because” and “所以 (suǒyǐ) so; therefore” are compound conjunctions, they are conjoined in a sentence. “因为 (yīnwèi) because” leads a causative clause, while “所以 (suǒyǐ) so; therefore” heads a clause of the results.
Yīnwèi wǒ zuótiān áoyè le, suǒyǐ jīntiān zǒngshì fàn kùn.
I always get sleepy today because I stayed up late last night.
3. 如果 (Rúguǒ) … 就 (jiù)… If… then…
“如果 (Rúguǒ)…就 (jiù)… “ is a common pattern which means “If…, then…” is in English. In Chinese, we can always drop “就 (jiù) then” in the second half of the sentence.
Rúguǒ míngtiān xiàyǔ, wǒ jiù bù chūmén le.
If it rains tomorrow, I will not go out.
Above all, we can see that the correct answer is A.
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