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Grammar detail: 面

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JLPT:
面 - perspective, aspect, side
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noun
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(の)
means
perspective, aspect, side
has the meaning 'face', however it is also frequently has the meaning 'perspective', 'side', etc, as demonstrated in the example sentences below.
ちゅうとう
中等
きょういく
教育
ふた
めん
ある
Secondary education has two sides.
この
もんだい
問題
べつ
めん
から
んでみよ

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Kanji used in this grammar

メン   おもて mask, features, surface   おも surface   つら face   
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チュウ   ジュウ   なか middle   
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トウ   ひとしい equal, similar   
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キョウ   おしえる to teach   おそわる to be taught   
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イク   そだ to grow up   そだてる    はぐく to raise, to rear   
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ニ   ふた    ふた two   
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モン   と question   と to ask   とん wholesale   
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ダイ    topic   
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ベツ   separated   わかれる to be separated   
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シュ   と to take   
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ソ   く to join forces, put together   くみ    -ぐみ class(es), set(s)   
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