Learn Hiragana mo も
も is pronounced like the “mo” in “mocha latte”.
The Hiragana も is made with 3 strokes.
も replaces other particles to add an “also” meaning to that part of the sentence.
わたしもコーラがすきです。 Watashi mo kōra ga suki desu.
I like Coca-Cola too.
The katakana counterpart to も is モ. They look quite similar.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana mo も
How to write Hiragana mo も
Start with the main hook shaped stroke. Then add the upper horizontal line through it, followed by the lower one.
Word samples using Hiragana mo も
More about Hiragana mo も
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