Japanese もう…だ grammar mou…da

Japanese もう…だ grammar mou…da
Japanese もう…だ grammar mou…da

Let’s learn Japanese もう…だ grammar mou…da :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe a state that reaches a good level.

For example

Saisho ha chotto shippai shi ta ga, koko made deki tara mou juubun da.
We failed at first, but what we have done is enough.

kanojo ha watashi ga mou onaka ga ippai da to ii masu.
She said that my stomach has been satisfied.

sonnani kurou shi naku te mo ii desu. Mou juubun da.
It’s no need to hard work. It’s enough.

karada no chikara ga mou ichi hai da to kanjirareru.
I feel that my body is full of power.

kodomo na noni, sonnani shi tara mou juubun da.
Though I’m a child, what I have done is enough.

Related structures :

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

もういい mouiii

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