I found this sentence on a manga, and I can't find its meaning for I don't understand the function of にも in this case:


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    Can you tell us what this sentence is from or what the context might be?
    – user1478
    Sep 22 '14 at 16:21

For example the question could have been "what are you taking interests in" with "in" standing for に, this would be a suggestion for the answer: "In learning and in sports and also relationships."

In this case you are summing up things you would use に after in a full sentence. 勉強に興味あります。


In this context, 'にも' means 'as well as'

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    OP asks for the function but you gave a translation. Sep 24 '14 at 1:37
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    To be fair, the OP also said that they "can't find its meaning". Nov 7 '15 at 1:01
  • "In this context, 'にも' means 'as well as'" >> How is it different from 勉強スポーツ ? What is the に doing here?
    – Chocolate
    Nov 7 '15 at 14:54

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