JLPT N2 Grammar (omake ni)


to make matters worse; besides; what's more; in addition; on top of that​

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Learn Japanese grammar: 【おまけに】(omake ni). Meaning: to make matters worse; besides; what’s more; in addition; on top of that​.

This can be used for both positive and negative situations for further emphasis.

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Example #1

samukute omake ni kaze mo tsuyokatta.
It was cold, and to make matters worse, the wind was strong.
Example #2

kono heya wa watashi ni wa ooki sugiru. omake ni yachin ga takasugiru.
This room is too big for me, and what's more, the rent is too expensive.
Example #3

ashita kara 3 renkyuu da. omake ni shukudai mo nai, saikou da.
There are three consecutive holidays from tomorrow. To make things even better, there is no homework, this is great!
Example #4

sono jisho wa yaku ni tatsu shi, omake ni taka kunai.
That dictionary is useful and in addition it is not expensive.
Example #5

onaka ga suita ga reizouko wa kara da. omake ni insutanto raamen mo nai.
I'm hungry but the refrigerator is empty. To make things even worse, I don't even have any instant noodles.
Example #6

asanebou shite ie o deru no ga osoku natta. omake ni ame ga futte kita.
I slept in the morning and left home late. To make things worse, it started raining.
Example #7

sono shiai wa tenpo ga osokute, omake ni taikutsu datta.
The match moved at a slow pace and to make matters worse it was uninteresting.
Example #8

kare no okusan wa yasashikute bijin de, omake ni ryouri mo jouzu nan desu yo.
His wife is kind and beautiful, and to top things off she is also good at cooking.

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