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条件形~ほど
ba~hodo
JLPT N2 Author: dc
ば~ほど
Meaning
the more +V(+A), the more ...
the more you read, the less you know
See also
Phrases
The more handsome you are, the easier it is to find a lover.
Author: koluky

The more the better.
Author: taunt

More haste, less speed is a paradox.
Author: Miki

The wider the V, the slower the speed.
Author: Miki

The more books you read, the more you'll know.
Author: Miki

The more I think of it, the less I like it.
Author: Miki

The more difficult the question are, the less likely I am to be able to answer it.
Author: Miki

The more you read the book, the less you understand it.
Author: Miki

Others will suspect us the more, the more we suspect them.
Author: Miki

The more popcorn you eat, the more you want.
Author: Miki

The more you drink, the less careful you will be.
Author: Miki

The more leisure he has, the happier he is.
Author: Miki

The more unique each person is, the more he contributes to the wisdom of others.
Author: Miki

The more you do it, the worse it gets.
Author: Amatuka

The more I sing the better my voice gets.
Author: 赤毛

Sometimes the more you think about it, the less you can find the solution.
Author: 赤毛

The longer I stayed there the more I came to like it.
Author: dc

The harder you study Japanese, the more interesting it will become.
Author: dc

I would be grateful if you can do it sooner rather than later.
Author: dc

The more I thought about the problem, the more difficult it seemed to become.
Author: Miki

The more you prepare for the presentation, the more confident you would feel.
Author: yuubouna

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