Decoded Slug: ~はもちろん~も (〜wa mochiron 〜mo)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~はもちろん~も (〜wa mochiron 〜mo)

~はもちろん~も (〜wa mochiron 〜mo)

Short explanation:

This grammar point is used for emphasizing that not only one thing but also another thing is included. It means 'not only... but also' or 'of course... and...'.


Noun1 + はもちろん + Noun2 + も


Kare wa suugaku wa mochiron, eigo mo tokui desu.
Not only is he good at math, but he is also good at English.
Kono resutoran wa washoku wa mochiron, youshoku mo oishii desu.
This restaurant not only has delicious Japanese food but also delicious Western food.
Watashi no shumi wa ongaku wa mochiron, dokusho mo daisuki desu.
My hobbies are not only listening to music, but I also love reading.
Toukyou wa kankou wa mochiron, bijinesu mo sakan desu.
Tokyo is not only famous for sightseeing but also has a thriving business scene.

Long explanation:

The ~はもちろん~も grammar point is used to emphasize that not only the first thing mentioned is included, but also the second thing. It can be translated as 'not only... but also' or 'of course... and...' in English. This grammar phrase can be used with nouns.

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