Japanese もう…た grammar mou…ta

Japanese もう…た grammar mou…ta
Japanese もう…た grammar mou…ta

Let’s learn Japanese もう…た grammar mou…ta :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe something, actions that is happen before other things, action happen.

For example

Mou shukudai o shi mashi ta.
I had done my homework.
ei: ‘ne, mou gohan o tabe mashi ta ka.’
bī: ‘ie, mada tabe mase n’
A: “Hey, have you had dinner yet?”
B: “I, I haven’t”

kyou, yamada kun no ie ni asobi ni iki masu. Shikashi, kare ha mou dekake mashi ta.
kono hanashi mou kii ta yo.
Today, I visited Yamada’s house, but he had gone out.
ei: ‘bunshou o kakiowari mashi ta ka.’
bī: ‘mou owari mashi ta.’
A: “Have you finished writing the passage?”
B: “I’ve done it”

kon asanebou shi te, basutei ni hayaku itta. Demo, basu ga mou hashitta.
This morning I slept in, so I ran rapidly to the bus, but it had gone.

Note: In question sentence we also use “もう” to ask if the thing has been done or not. If the thing or evens has not been done we use”まだ…ない”

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…た grammar mou…ta. 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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