I am here because I do have a question about the partial sentence above.
I recently vowed to get back into actively learning (and reading) Japanese and, after a move I found a note with said partial sentence (I think). Problem 1 is, I have no idea where it is from, it was just kinda between the pages of a notebook unrelated to Japanese. Problem 2 is: I have no idea what it means or what this construction is even called. Searching on google has been… less than helpful. I’m also pretty sure I saw it somewhere before and that I was once taught what it means but I can’t remember for the life of me what it was. My grammar books are currently not easily accessible and even if I could get them - I have no idea where to start searching except flipping through the pages.
I would be so happy if someone could point me in the right direction because it is driving me nuts right now.
Are you sure it’s not 見れば見る?
It could be that you don’t remember it exactly.
The closest thing that comes to mind is
見れば見るほど… = the more I look at (something) the more…
I see this is your first post. Welcome to the community!
Also, sorry I have no idea. I’m still learning.
Thanks for the reply!
It might be it. It wouldn’t be the first time I leave tenten or maru out by accident. I still could have sworn that I saw it without tenten somewhere else but unless I find it again…
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