Decoded Slug: Noun にもまして (〜ni mo mashite)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun にもまして (〜ni mo mashite)

Noun にもまして (〜ni mo mashite)

Short explanation:

This expresses 'Even more than; exceeding'.


Noun + にもまして


Watashi wa kare ni mo mashite, ongaku o aishiteimasu.
I love music even more than he does.
Kanojo wa nenrei ni mo mashite, keikenhoufu desu.
She has even more experience than her age would suggest.
Kyou wa kinou ni mo mashite samui desu.
It is even colder today than it was yesterday.
Kono biru wa takasa ni mo mashite, utsukushii sekkei ga yuumei desu.
This building is famous for its beautiful design even more than its height.

Long explanation:

The Nounにもまして grammar point is used to express that something is even more or exceeds the noun that it’s being compared to. It translates to expressions like 'even more than' or 'exceeding' in English. It is used when making a comparison to emphasize the greater degree of something.

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