JLPT N3 Grammar (wa mochiron)


not to mention; not only; but also~

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Nounはもちろん2nd clause + も
wa mochiron はもちろん jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (wa mochiron). Meaning: not to mention; not only; but also~.

  • Not only [A], but also [B].
  • [A]), not to mention [B].

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Example #1

kanojo wa, benkyou wa mochiron ryouri mo yoku dekiru.
Not only is she a good student, but she is also good at cooking.
Example #2

osushi wa nihon de wa mochiron, kaigai demo ninki ga aru tabemono da.
Sushi is of course popular in Japan, but it is a popular food overseas as well.
Example #3

watashi no kare wa, kao wa mochiron seikaku mo kanpeki.
My boyfriend has a nice face, not to mention a perfect personality.
Example #4

banira keeki wa mochiron, ichigo no keeki mo suki desu yo.
While I of course like vanilla cake, I also like strawberry cake.
Example #5

nihongo gakkou de wa, nihongo wa mochiron, nihon no bunka ya shuukan ni tsuite mo oshieteiru.
At Japanese language school, they of course teach Japanese, but also Japanese culture and customs.
Example #6

ano raamen ya wa, raamen wa mochiron oishii n desu ga karee raisu mo oishii desu yo.
That ramen shop also has some good curry rice in addition to great ramen.
Example #7

kanojo no sakuhin wa kodomo wa mochiron otona mo tanoshimeru.
Her work can be enjoyed not only by adults, but also by children.
Example #8

uchi no danna wa souji wa mochiron, ryouri mo shite kureru.
My husband helps out with not only the cleaning, but also with the cooking.
Example #9

kyabetsu wa itamete taberu no wa mochiron, nama de tabetemo oishii desu.
Cabbage tastes good raw and of course also tastes good when stir fried.

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作品さくひんwork (book, etc.)
炒めるいためるstir fry

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