Japanese Adverb Amari (余り) Meaning

みなさんおはようございます、good morning everyone^^, in this morning, I am going to share some information refers to Japanese adverb Amari (あまり), We are learning amari meaning 1, we will learn other meanings of amari later^^. The first meaning of amari (あまり) is not too much, this amari always used with negative sentence.

Grammar amari (あまり)

JLPT Level: N5
Meaning: not really / not much
Formula: amari + negative adjective/verb
The kanji of amari is 余り but often written with hiragana, and sometimes read anmari (あんまり) in colloquail language.
Sentence Example:
寿司が余り好きじゃないです
sushi ga amari suki janai desu
I am not really like sushi
彼は寿司があまり食べません
kare wa sushi ga amari tabemasen
He doesn't eat much sushi
漫画家はインドネシアにあんまりない
mangaka wa indoneshia ni anmari nai
There is not much mangaka (cartoonist) in Indonesia
この漫画はあんまり面白くない
kono manga wa anmari omoshirokunai
This manga is not really interesting
あの少女は余りきれいじゃない
ano josei wa amari kirei janai
That girl is not really beautiful

Read also: Meaning and Uses of Choudo (ちょうど) in Japanese Language

Alright, that was Japanese adverb amari (余り) lesson, I hope you understood my brief explanation, well, I will continue the lesson tomorrow, so, till then guys, until tomorrow^^.

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