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もう少し, もうすこし

  • mōsukoshi


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)

  • a bit more
  • a bit longer

Examples of もう少し,もうすこし in a Sentence

Will you have some more cake?
Could you be a little quieter, sir?
Could you please give me some more examples of that?
With a little more patience, you could have succeeded.
He's somewhat hard of hearing, so please speak louder.
Add a little more milk to my tea, please.
With a little more patience, you would have succeeded.
Right on schedule, that contractor came around today, begging for more time.
You're speaking a little too fast for me. Would you speak a little more slowly?
If she had been a little more patient, she could have succeeded.

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