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JLPT Taisaku 25#況して/まして

Updated: Mar 22



still more; to say nothing of; not to mention (but less)



She can speak French, and is even better at English.


He can't even float let alone swim.


He cannot buy a car, but less a house.

Note: I added but less to the meaning instead of (still less) because still less in English seems quite confusing to understand.

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