Learn Japanese Grammar ~ amari - nai (~ あまりーない)

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Learn Japanese Grammar ~ amari - nai (~ あまりーない)

Japanese Grammar ~ amari - nai (~ あまりーない) has meaning "not very, not much".

It is used in combination with the negative form of an adjective or verb to describe something that you don’t really do. ない can be conjugated normally into the more polite negative ません or past forms as well.

Formation [接続]
あまり + Verb-ないform
あまり + Noun + じゃない/ではない
あまり + いadj (-い) + くない
あまり + なadj + じゃない/ではない

あまりーない - Example Sentences 

Horaa eiga wa amari minai.
I don't really watch horror movies.

Tsumetai nomimono ga amari suki jaarimasen.
I don't really like cold beverages.

Kinou no nomikai niwa amari hito ga kimasen deshita.
Not many people came to yesterday's drinking party.

Kono bunpo ga amari wakarimasen. Oshiete kudasai.
I don't understand this grammar very well, could you please explain it to me?

Nichiyoubi wa amari benkyou shimasen. Tomodachi to asobimasu.
I don't study much on Sundays. I usually hang out with friends.

Kono tabemono wa amari oishi kunakatta.
The food wasn't that great.

Saikin wa isogashii desu kara tomodachi to amari asonde imasen.
I've been so busy lately that I've hardly seen my friends.

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