Japanese 以外 grammar igai

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Let’s learn Japanese 以外 grammar igai:

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describing the meaning “except for/ apart from things mentioned”.


Kore igai de, motto joubuna kutsu ga arimasu ka.
Except for this, are there any more sturdy shoes?

Yamadasan igai, namae o yoba reru hito wa hayaku kyoushitsu ni haitte kudasai.
Except for Mr. Yamada, all the people getting called please enter the room as soon as possible.

Kakariin igai, kono kaigi ni shusseki suru koto ga dekimasen.
Except for the person involved, no one cannot participate in this meeting.

Kimi ga motte iru no igai, motto ookii kaban ga arimasu ka.
Except for the one you’re holding, is there a bigger bag?

Kiku igai, motto koukatekina benkyou no houhou ga arimasu ka.
Other than listening, is there any learning method that is more effective?

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