JLPT N3 Grammar (sara ni)


furthermore; again; more and more~

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Learn Japanese grammar: 更に 【】(sara ni). Meaning: furthermore; again; more and more~.

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Example #1

kare wa chichioya yori sara ni se ga takai.
He is even taller than his father.
Example #2

irasshai! irasshai! kyou wa itsumo yori sara ni oyasuku natte imasu yo!
Welcome, welcome! Today everything is even cheaper than usual!
Example #3

kochira no ryouri niwa, sukoshi shio o tasuto sara ni oishiku narimasu yo.
With this food, by adding a little bit of salt it will become even more delicious.
Example #4

watashi wa sore ni tsuite sarani shiritai.
I want to know even more about that.
Example #5

kare wa ryouri o futaribun mo tabeta. sarani, shokugo ni keeki mo tabeta.
He ate enough for 2 people. Furthermore, after that he also ate some cake.
Example #6

uchi no kinjo wa inu ga 3 biki katta noni, sara ni neko ya sakana mo kaimasu. hontou ni doubutsu ga daisuki da.
Our neighbors have 3 dogs. In addition, they have a cat and fish too. They really love animals.
Example #7

sudeni mitsu tabeta noni, kare wa sara ni mou hitotsu hanbaagaa o hoshigatteiru.
He wants yet another hamburger, though he's already eaten three.
Example #8

ichinichi ikkai de kikanai node, sara ni kusuri no ryou o fuyashimasu.
Taking my medicine only once a day had no effect so I further increased my intake.

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