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Decoded Slug: ~も (〜mo)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~も (〜mo)

~も (〜mo)

Short explanation:

Indicates 'also', 'too', or 'as well'.


Verb-casual + も, い-Adjective + も, な-Adjective + も, Noun + も


Watashi mo osushi ga suki desu.
I also like sushi.
Kanojo wa eigo mo nihongo mo hanasemasu.
She can speak both English and Japanese.
Sono eiga wa omoshiroi shi, kare mo mitai to itteimasu.
That movie is interesting, and he also said he wants to see it.
Kyou wa samui desu. Ashita mo samui deshou.
It is cold today. It will probably be cold tomorrow as well.

Long explanation:

The ~も grammar point is used to express that something is also true, or to add some additional information to the previous statement. It can be translated as 'also', 'too', or 'as well' in English. The grammar point can be used with verbs, adjectives, and nouns.

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