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JLPT N4 Grammar: もの (mono)

もの (mono)

Meaning: because; indicates reason or excuse; indicates dissatisfaction

How to use the:
Verb-casual + (んだ)もの/もん
Noun + なんだもの/もん
いadj + (んだ)もの/もん
なadj + なんだもの/もん

Explain:
Describe the reason for your legitimacy and put it at the end of the sentence. Women or children often use in conversation Or use together with 「だった」

Example sentences:
1, 雪が降ったんだもの。行けるわけないでしょう。
Yuki ga futta nda mono. Ikeru wake naideshou.
The snow has already fallen, how can we go?

2, 母ですもの。子供の心配をするのは当たり前でしょう
Hahadesu mono. Kodomo no shinpai o suru no wa atarimaedeshou
As a mother, it is natural for you to worry about me

3, たかいんですもの、かえません。
takai ndesu mono, kaemasen.
It’s too expensive, so I cannot buy it.

4, もうすこしいたら。
Mō sukoshi itara.
A – Stay a little longer

5, いっぱいやることがあるんだもの。帰らなくちゃ。
Ippai yaru koto ga aru nda mono. Kaeranakucha.
B – I have a lot of work to do, so I have to go home

Note: Sometimes when the sound is changed to 「もん」 men and women can use it, but the audience use is young people who express their reasons for themselves.

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