Japanese よほど grammar yohodo

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Let’s learn Japanese よほど grammar yohodo :

Formation :

よほど + Adjective

Meaning and how to use :

Describing thing that is not normal compared to other things. Used in case of speculation about the extent of the event.


Kono ie wa yohodo hiroidesu ne.
The house is too big.

Kare ga geimu ga shite iruto yoku mikakemasu. Yohodo himana hitodesu ne.
I often see him playing games. What a carefree person!

Ano hito wa teiburu ni narande iru ryouri wo zenbu tabemasu. Yohodo donyokuna hitoda.
He ate all the food on the table. He is too greedy.

Tanaka-san wa yohodo segatakai hitoda. Ni meitoru hodo segatakai.
Tanaka is too tall. Nearly 2 meters tall.

Mada go tsukinanoni soto ga yohodo atsui.
It’s barely May but it’s so hot outside.

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