JLPT N5 Grammar (mo)

Meaning

too; also; as well

How to use

Noun + も
mo も particle jlpt n5 grammar meaning 文法例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (mo). Meaning: too; also; as well.

  • (mo) is used to say:
    • this also
    • this too
    • as well as..

There are many grammar points which branch off from も:


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Example #1

わたしもできる。
watashi mo dekiru.
I can do that too.
Example #2

あまいものもからいものもすきです。
amai mono mo karai mono mo suki desu.
I like sweets as well as spicy foods.
Example #3

カラオケにはみんながきました。せんせいもきました。
karaoke ni wa minna ga kimashita. sensei mo kimashita.
Everyone came to sing karaoke. Our teacher came too.
Example #4

わたしはにほんごもえいごもべとなむごもはなせます。
watashi wa nihongo mo eigo mo betonamugo mo hanasemasu.
I can speak English, Japanese, as well as Vietnamese.
Example #5

あなたもおなかがすいたでしょう?
anata mo onaka ga suita deshou.
You are probably hungry too, aren't you?
Example #6

わたしもにほんごをべんきょうしていますよ!
watashi mo nihongo o benkyou shiteimasu yo!
I'm studying Japanese too!
Example #7

わたしのつまもこどももきます。
watashi no tsuma mo kodomo mo kimasu.
My wife and children will come too.
Example #8

わたしもにほんでりゅうがくしたことがあります。
watashi mo nihon de ryuugaku shita koto ga arimasu.
I've also studied abroad in Japan before.
Example #9

しごとにいくとき、じてんしゃもでんしゃもつかっています。
shigoto ni iku toki, jitensha mo densha mo tsukatteimasu.
When I go to work I use both my bike and the train.

Vocabulary List

KanjiKanaEnglish
わたしI; me
甘いものあまいものsweets
辛いものからいものspicy foods
好きすきto like
みんなeveryone
来るくるto come
先生せんせいteacher
日本語にほんごJapanese language
英語えいごEnglish language
ベトナム語べとなむごVietnamese language
話せるはなせるto be able to speak
仕事しごとwork
行くいくto go
自転車じてんしゃbicycle
電車でんしゃtrain
使うつかうto use
勉強べんきょうstudy

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