JLPT N3 Grammar (amari ni mo)


too much; so much… that; excessively ~

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amari ni mo あまりにも jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (amari ni mo). Meaning: too much; so much… that; excessively ~.

あまりに is similar in meaning to , but can also be used with adjectives.

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Example #1

saikin amari ni atsu sugiru.
It's too hot recently..
Example #2

kare wa amari ni mo kawatta.
He changed a lot.
Example #3

amari ni mo tenki ga yoi.
The weather is excellent.
Example #4

amari ni mo tsukareteiru no de shigoto ga dekinai.
I am so tired that I cannot do my job.
Example #5

anata wa okiru no ga amari ni ososugiru.
You wake up too late..
Example #6

watashi wa amari ni isogashi sugite, sono eiga ga mirarenai.
I am so busy that I cannot watch that movie.
Example #7

watashi wa kono sagyou ni amari ni mo jikan ga kakatteiru.
This work is taking way too much time.
Example #8

amari ni mo ninzuu ooi no de, kare ni kidzukanakatta.
There were so many people that I didn't even notice him.

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