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Decoded Slug: ~のももっともだ (〜no mo mottomo da)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~のももっともだ (〜no mo mottomo da)

~のももっともだ (〜no mo mottomo da)

Short explanation:

Express that something is understandable or reasonable.


Verb-casual + のももっともだ, い-Adjective + のももっともだ,な-Adjective + なのももっともだ, Noun + なのももっともだ


Kare ga kinchou suru no mo mottomo da.
It's understandable that he is nervous.
Kono mondai ga muzukashii no mo mottomo da.
It's reasonable that this problem is difficult.
Kanojo ga shiawase na no mo mottomo da.
It's understandable that she is happy.
Kare ga riidaa na no mo mottomo da.
It's reasonable that he is the leader.

Long explanation:

The ~のももっともだ grammar point is used to express that a situation, action, or feeling is understandable or reasonable, considering the circumstances. The formation differs depending on whether it is used with a verb, い-adjective, な-adjective, or noun.

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