The structure 任...也...
We use the structure to express that despite some circumstances, the result remains the same. After 任 we should state an uncertain condition which is often expressed by an interrogative pronoun.
inevitable result
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If the sentence has one subject, it should be stated after 任. If there are two subjects, we state the first subject after 任 and the second subject before 也.
I don't believe anyone who says he really did it
rèn shéi shuō tā zhēn de zhèyàng zuò le de huà, wǒ yě bú xìn
No matter how much he tried to persuade me, he couldn't
rèn tā zěnme quàn wǒ, yě quànbuliǎo
No matter who they are, they can't control me
rèn tāmen shì shéi, yě guǎnbuliǎo wǒ
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