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わたしのむすめはもうもじをよむことができます。

What is the meaning of もう and もじ?

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    Have you tried a dictionary? – snailboat Jan 13 '17 at 12:48
  • It can be kanji - もう文字を読むことが〜 – Heav1est Jan 13 '17 at 13:50
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もう can mean different things depending on context like already/yet/anymore and もじ (文字) means a character.

私{わたし}の娘{むすめ}はもう文字{もじ}を読{よ}むことが出来{でき}ます。

Assuming the preceding kanji, I would translate the sentence to "My daughter can already read characters".

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