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Lesson 1: Noun1 is more or less than Noun2

How to say ” Noun1 is more or less than Noun2 ” in Japanese?

Noun1 は Noun2 より

 

Examples:

あなたは彼女かのじょよりかわいい。

You are cuter than her.

あなたはだれよりもかわいいです。

You are cuter than everyone else.

 

Note:

When the construct [interrogative + より] is used, it expresses the superlative degree.

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