JLPT 【N1 Grammar】 〜にもまして|more~than~

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JLPT N1 grammar にもまして nimomashite




◉ more~than~
◉ 「増す」 means 「Increase」。So,「Aにも増して」 means 「Conpare to A, it’s more ~」.
◉ Although it has the meaning of “~よりも” and “〜以上に”, it is not often used in comparison with “specific people or things”.
◉ It is often used together with “time nouns” such as “before” or interrogative words “誰”, “何”, “いつ” and “どこ”. It means more than “anyone”, “anything”, “anytime” and “anywhere”.


Sentence Patterns

◉ Noun+にもまして
◉ interrogative words+にもまして


Related Sentence

◉ 〜より(も)


Example Sentences
Kotoshi no N 1 wa kyonen ni moma shite muzukashikattadesu
The N1 this year was more difficult than last year.

Kare no shigoto nōryoku wa darenimo mashite takaidesu.
His work ability is higher than anyone.

Tōkyō no jinkō wa kokunai no dokoni mo mashite, ichiban ōidesu.
Tokyo has the largest population than anywhere else in Japan.

Kotoshi no hokkaidō no yuki wa itsu ni moma shite ōkattadesu.
There was more snow in Hokkaido this year than ever before.

Kare wa ima made ni moma shite, utagoe ga sarani hidoku natta.
He’s singing voice is more worse than ever.

Ichi-jikan mae ni moma shite, ame ga tsuyoku natta.
It rained more than an hour ago.


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