Japanese あまりにも grammar amarinimo

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Let’s learn Japanese あまりにも grammar amarinimo:

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Describing the meaning “… excessive / overwhelming …”. Used to indicate the high level of things, which will result in an event or may draw a result or judgment from that incident.

Examples:

あまりに面白くて笑い声がたえない。
Amarini omoshirokute waraigoe ga taenai.
It was so interesting that I couldn’t stop laughing.

あまりにも変な人だ。自分の名前でも知らないといっているなんて。
Amarini mo henna hito da. Jibun no namaede mo shiranai to itte iru nante.
What a strange person. He also says that he didn’t know his name.

あまりにも親切な人です。知らない人でも助けるんだ。
Amarini mo shinsetsuna hitodesu. Shiranaihito demo tasukerun da.
What a kind person, helping people he don’t know.

あまりにひどい行動です。子供を激しく叱ることやたたくなんて親として認められない行動だ。
Amarini hidoi koudoudesu. Kodomo wo hageshiku shikaru koto ya tataku nante oya to shite mitomerarenai koudou da.
What a terrible act. Cruelly yelling at children is an unacceptable for a parent.

あまりにばかばかしい人だ。冗談でも言えない。
Amarini bakabakashii hitoda. Joudan demo ienai.
What a stupid person. Not even joking.

Note: This structure often goes with「すぎる」. Often goes with adjectives but sometimes goes with verbs.

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