Japaneseもういい grammar mouii

Japaneseもういい grammar mouii
Japaneseもういい grammar  mouii

Let’s learn Japaneseもういい grammar mouii :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1. Describe a state that reaches a good level, or is sufficiently suitable with something.

For example

Ei: ‘e o kakeowatta ka’
bī: ‘mou ii yo. Mi te’
A: “Have you finished hanging the picture?”
B : it is ok. look!

kore demo uii desu ka.
Is this OK?

mou ii yo. Heya ni hairo.
Alright, come in!

2.Means “Okay, it’s enough”. Is usually used in case the speaker is disgusted with something. We can understand it variously in different cases.

For example

aa, kin no koto ha mou ii yo. Konkai, boku ha shiharau.
Oh, I do not care about money any more. This time, I will pay.

umai kotoba de hanasu no ha mou ii desu yo. Koudou de shoumei shi te kudasai.
You have told me enough romantic things. It’s high time you acted.

sonnani katte ni suru no ha mou ii desu yo.
It’s enough you do it arbitrarily.

Related structures :

もう mou
もう…だ mou…da
もう…ない mou…nai
もういい mouiii

above is Japaneseもういい grammar mouii. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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