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Already, yet in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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already, yet もう
How to say “already, yet” in Japanese? “もう”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “もう” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on already, yet in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word "もう":
– Think of "もう" as something that has already happened or an expectation about to be fulfilled. You can visualize it as a clock ticking towards "completion" or "readiness."
– Associate it with the English word "more," as it sounds similar and can mean something additional or beyond the current state, hinting that something has progressed or is pending.

"もう" is a versatile Japanese word often used to indicate that something has already happened, is about to happen, or is used to express frustration, emphasis, or impatience.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "すでに" (sudeni): already
– "旒に" (sudeni): already (more formal/written)

Alternate Meanings (including slang):
– As an exclamation of frustration, similar to "Come on!" or "Jeez!"
– Used colloquially to add emphasis, much like "Really!" or "Seriously!"

Examples of Sentences:
1. γ‚ΉγƒΌγƒ—γ―γ‚‚γ†ε†·γ‚γ¦γ—γΎγ£γŸγ€‚
– Suupu wa mou samete shimatta.
– The soup has already gotten cold.

2. γ‚‚γ†δΈ€εΊ¦γŠι‘˜γ„γ—γΎγ™γ€‚
– Mou ichido onegaishimasu.
– Please say that again one more time.

3. ε½Όγ―γ‚‚γ†εΈ°γ‚ŠγΎγ—γŸγ€‚
– Kare wa mou kaerimaa.
– He has already gone home.

4. γ‚‚γ†οΌγγ‚Œγ―γ†γ‚“γ–γ‚Šγ οΌ
– Mou! Sore wa unzarida!
– Come on! That's enough!

5. γ‚‚γ†γ™γη΅‚γ‚γ‚ŠγΎγ™γ€‚
– Mou sugu owarimasu.
– It will be over soon.

By associating "もう" with the sense of something imminent or already concluded, and recognizing its use in showing frustration, you can better grasp the context in which it is commonly employed.

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