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(not) much in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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(not) much γ‚γΎγ‚Š
How to say “(not) much” in Japanese? “γ‚γΎγ‚Š”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ‚γΎγ‚Š” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on (not) much in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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γ‚γΎγ‚Š info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
1. Associate it with the English word "amass" which implies a quantity of something, helping remember the quantity aspect.
2. Visualize a situation where you have too much of something and it's excessive in a negative way (since γ‚γΎγ‚Š is often used in negative contexts).

"γ‚γΎγ‚Š" (amari) is used to express that something is not done much or often. It usually appears in negative sentences to indicate infrequency or a small amount.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– そんγͺに (sonna ni) – not so much
– γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Š (anmari) – similar colloquial form of γ‚γΎγ‚Š

Alternate meanings like slang:
γ‚γΎγ‚Š can also mean "remnants" or "excess" when used as a noun, though less common in everyday speech.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. ζ˜ η”»γ―γ‚γΎγ‚Šε₯½γγ§γ―γͺい。
– Eiga wa amari suki dewa nai.
– I don't like movies much.

2. γ‚γΎγ‚Šι£ŸγΉη‰©γŒγͺい。
– Amari tabemono ga nai.
– There isn’t much food.

3. ε½Όγ―γ‚γΎγ‚Šθ©±γ•γͺい。
– Kare wa amari hanasanai.
– He doesn't talk much.

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