Japanese あまりにも…と あんまりにも…と grammar amarinimo…to anmarinimo…to

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Let’s learn Japanese あまりにも…と あんまりにも…と grammar amarinimo…to anmarinimo…to :

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Describing the high level of things / events. The following clause is the way of describing the results will inevitably occur because of the cause in the previous incident.

Examples:

あまりに言い過ぎると叱られますよ。
Amarini iisugiru to shikararemasu yo.
Saying too much will be scolded.

あんまりにも疲れると倒れる場合もありますよ。
Anmari ni mo tsukareru to taoreru baai mo arimasu yo.
If you are too tired, there might be a chance that you fall down.

あまりに文句を言い過ぎると皆に嫌われますよ。
Amarini monku wo iisugiru to mina ni kirawa remasu yo.
Complaining too much will make you hated by everyone.

元気があんまりにもよくなくてもこの仕事を引き受けると体が壊されますよ。
Genki ga anmari ni mo yokunakute mo kono shigoto wo hikiukeru to karada ga kowasa remasu yo.
If you are not strong, accepting this job will result in destroying your body.

あまりに熱が出ると頭が強く痛む。
Amarini netsugaderu to atama ga tsuyoku itamu.
If the fever is too high, the head will hurt.

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