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(not) that much (alt of γ‚γΎγ‚Š/amari) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Š:
– Think of "an" as "an apple" and "mari" as the name "Mary." Picture Mary not having that many apples (not that much/apple). This visualization can help link the word γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Š to the concept of "not that much."

– γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Š is an informal or colloquial version of γ‚γΎγ‚Š (amari). It often implies "not so much" or "not very much."
– It is typically used in negative sentences to indicate a small degree or amount.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– γγ‚Œγ»γ© (sorehodo): To that extent
– そんγͺに (sonnani): Not that much/that way
– 倧して (taie): Not very

Alternate meanings (like slang):
– In slang, γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Š can sometimes be used to mean "overly" or "excessively," although it is less common and context-dependent.

Examples of sentences that use γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Š:
1. ζ˜ η”»γ―γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Šι’η™½γγͺγ‹γ£γŸγ€‚
– Eiga wa anmari omoshiroku nakatta.
– The movie wasn't that interesting.

2. 今ζ—₯γ―γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚ŠεΏ™γ—γγͺい。
– Kyou wa anmari isogashiku nai.
– I'm not that busy today.

3. ε½Όγ―γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Šι£ŸγΉγͺい。
– Kare wa anmari tabenai.
– He doesn't eat that much.

4. γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Šι¨’γŒγͺいでください。
– Anmari sawaganiaide kudasai.
– Please don't make so much noise.

5. γ‚γ‚“γΎγ‚Šζ°—γ«γ—γͺγ„ζ–ΉγŒγ„γ„γ‚ˆγ€‚
– Anmari kini shinai hou ga ii yo.
– It's better not to worry about it too much.

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