Japanese また grammar mata

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Let’s learn Japanese また grammar mata :

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Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “also, moreover”. It is used to talk about things that are the same type.


Anohito ha yuushuu na gakusei, mata yuumei na gakusha desu.
That person is an excellent student and also a famous scholar.

Kono kikai ha omoi, mataha katachi ga warui desu.
This machine is heavy and its shape is also bad.

Kono suka-to ha iroga ii, mata pata-n mo utsukushii.
This skirt has good color; moreover, its pattern is beautiful.

Toukyou ha ryouri ga oishii, mata koukei mo utsukushii.
Tokyo has delicious food; moreover, the scenery is beautiful.

Konoresutoran ha funiki ga ii, mata nedan ga yasui.
This restaurant has a good atmosphere and the price is also cheap.

Note: It is often used in the form of 「また…も」

Above is Japanese また grammar mata. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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