PARTICLE MO (も)
The basic structure in Japanese is “topic WA information DESU.” Here, instead of the particle は, comes the particle MO (も), which means “too/also/as well.” Be careful: don’t use は and も at the same time. To translate “too,” you must remove は.
|Watashi wa daigakusei desu.|
|As for me, I’m a student.|
|Watashi mo daigakusei desu.|
|I’m a student, too.|
|Matsumoto san mo daigakusei desu ka.|
|Mrs./Ms./Mr. Matsumoto, are you a student, too?|