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もう一軒{いっけん}と参{まい}りましょう

I understand 「もう」to mainly mean "already" or "soon" but its usage in this sentence confuses me. Could anyone explain to me why it's natural here?

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  • If you check a dictionary you'll find that there are other common meanings for もう: jisho.org/search/%E3%82%82%E3%81%86 If this doesn't help then please modify your question to explain why. Please also ensure that your Japanese sentences look like you expect -- see edit. Commented May 30, 2020 at 11:42

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mou means "more" in this sentence. so you can say " Lets visit more house (a house)"

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