JLPT N3 Grammar (ue ni)


as well; besides; in addition to; not only… but also~

How to use

Verb (casual)上(に)
Noun + の
な-adjective + な
ue ni 上に うえに jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【うえに】(ue ni). Meaning: as well; besides; in addition to; not only… but also~.

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Example #1

kyou wa kumotteiru ue ni kaze ga tsuyoi node, totemo samuku kanjirareru.
Today in addition to being cloudy, the wind is strong and so it feels very cold.
Example #2

kono mise no ryouri wa oishii. sono ue, nedan mo yasui no de itsumo okyakusan ga ooi.
This restaurant's food is delicious. In addition, the prices are cheap so there are always a lot of customers.
Example #3

kono pasokon wa yasui ue ni, kinou mo ooi no de, saikin totemo urete iru.
This computer is not only cheap, but it has a lot of functionality, so lately it has been selling very well.
Example #4

kono tetsuduki wa, mendou na ue ni jikan mo kakaru no de, minaga iyagatte iru.
This procedure is troublesome and time consuming so everyone hates it.
Example #5

kono machi wa, chikatetsu ga tootta ue ni, depaato mo dekite, benri ni natta.
This town has become convenient now is connected by subway and in addition has built some department stores.
Example #6

kono shigoto wa kiken na ue ni, kyuuryou mo hikui shi, saiaku da.
This job is not only dangerous, but the salary is low, so it's pretty much the worst.
Example #7

kono hon wa kanji ga ooi ue ni, ji ga chiisai no de kodomo ni wa yominikui desu.
This book has a lot of kanji, and to top things off the characters are small so it is difficult for children to read.
Example #8

ano tatemono no toire wa kitanai ue ni, itsumo toiretto peepaa ga nai no de, amari ikitakunai.
That building not only has a dirty bathroom, but there is never any toilet paper so I don't really want to go there.

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