sore ni shite ha) is an expression meaning
sore) is a demonstrative of the kosoado series.
that referring to an object far from the speaker and close to the listener.
We find それ in many expressions that take on various nuances in use, including:
In this post we see together the two expressions that differ only for the particles は and も.
(A).それにしては (B) . indicates that after expressing
(A) we must consider
Expression used to state after an initial consideration that the result of a question or event mentioned is not obvious.
It's always hot in summer and yet (this year) it's cool.
Being in summer it is naturally expected that it will be hot. The second part introduced by それにしては overturns the expectation and the ordinary state of the seasons expressed by the first sentence.
They say a storm is approaching, in reality everything is quiet.
それ can be replaced by another noun and is also used in comments towards people or situations that are sometimes made with a hint of irony.
Despite being a Sumo fighter, he has a small build.
The example sentence shown in the previous paragraph can be expressed also with にしては:
It's cool despite being summer.
That student is really good at the Japanese language, despite being only in the first year.
それにしても is linked to the previous expression それにしては with a difference that we will understand better in the examples below, confronting them with the previous examples:
It's always hot in summer and yet (this year) it's too hot.
Although situation A is considered normal, the consideration or observation B that follows goes beyond the expectation or situation considered normal.
We can convey the idea with:
Even if an hot temperature is expected in summer, this summer it's too hot.
I understand it's a good product, but isn't it a bit expensive?
The expression can also be used with a noun + にしても:
It's hot, despite being winter.
にしても can also express the expression
whether it is A, whether it is B ....
We find the forms:
You are good at both writing and reading kanji.
You are good with both hiragana and katakana.