Particle も (mo)

This particle is used to express “too” or “as well”. It always is related to the precedent noun. In case that the noun is followed by the particles が (ga) or は (ha) these are replaced by も (mo). In case that the precedent noun is followed by the particles に (ni) or で (de) the particle も (mo) is attached to the precedent particle.

Example 1:



watashi mo nihonjin desu.

I am Japanese too.

Example 2:



nihon demo otenki ga ii desu.

The weather in Japan is good too.

Example 3:



watashi wa toukyou nimo ikimasu.

I will also go to Tokyo.



  1. Manish Choudhary says:

    Hello Sir,
    Thank you very much for this explanation as such i was very much confused regarding particle mo preceded by particles like ni and de. But now after reading you article its very much cleared.
    mata arigatou gozaimasu..please keep posting such articles for us..

  2. ohayou gozaimasu!!!i found this site very interesting,because until now i still have trouble using the right jap. grammar…keep posting lots of articles about grammar & kanji…arigatou gozaimasu…

    • Nicolas says:

      Thanks for the encouraging comment. I am now finalizing the parts on survival Japanese and then will add some more grammar.
      What do you find most difficult?

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