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You can say: 日本で英語を教えたい。書道の勉強もしたい。 which literally means "I want to teach English in Japan. I want to do the study of calligraphy, too." You could also say: 日本で英語を教えたい。書道も勉強したい。or 書道も[習]{なら}いたい。 where も is replacing を. (書道をも is grammatically correct but sounds literary and maybe a bit archaic.) You're right that (1) 私も書道を勉強したい is like saying ...


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Those two sentences show the most basic usage of the particle も. も is a marker which means "also". From Wikibooks (emphasis mine): The "also" marker も も is quite simply a marker that says "also". It replaces the particles は, が and を but can also follow other particles. This can also be used to form a large list of words all acting as though one of the ...



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