Japanese interrogative pronoun ＋も grammar interrogative pronoun + mo
Let’s learn Japanese interrogative pronoun ＋も grammar interrogative pronoun + mo:
Meaning and how to use :
Emphasizes the high level or number of something.
Nando mo kare ni chuuishita noni kare ha mada taido wo kaenai.
Although I warned him many times, he still does not change his attitude.
Nankai mo amerika ni shucchou shimashita.
I have had business trip to the United States many times.
Nando mo onaji koto ow kurikaesu. Mou unzari da.
You have repeated the same thing over and over. I’m sick of it.
Nankai mo “dekakeru maeni, denki wo keshinasai” to haha ni iwareteita noni wasureteshimatta.
Although I have been told by my mother:” Remember to turn off the power before going out” a lot of times, I still forget it.
Nannen mo inaka de kodomo wo matteiru noni karera ha kaeranai.
I have been waiting for my children in my home country for many years but they still do not return.
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