Japanese もっと grammar motto
Let’s learn Japanese もっと grammar motto :
Meaning and how to use :
Used to indicate that the level mentioned is higher than the current level.
Motto hiroi ie wo shoukai shitekudasai.
Please introduce to me a larger house.
Ame ga motto tsuyoku naru.
The rain gets stronger.
Motto yuumei na resutoran wo oshietekurenai.
Can you tell me a more famous restaurant?
Soto ha motto samukunaru.
It gets colder outside.
Motto ii koto ni aimasu youni.
I hope you will meet something better.
Note: This word also comes with nouns that can measure their level such as 「前、後、上、下」 . This structure is used in speaking.
Written above is the Japanese grammar もっと . In case you don’t understand the signs that we used in the formation part, you can find out their meaning in this post: signs used in Japanese grammar structures.
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