Japanese あまり grammar amari

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Let’s learn Japanese あまり grammar amari :

Formation :

Quantifiers + あまり

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “the number of something is more than… ”


sakka- shiai ni sankasuru chi-mu ha 20 chi-mu amari da.
There are more than 20 teams participating in the football match.

Kono doresu no nedan ha ichimanen amari da.
The price of this dress is over 10,000 yen.

Kono nimotsu ha 50 kiro amari da. anata dake deha motenai darou.
This luggage weighs more than 50 kilos. You can’t bring it one your own.

Kono shorui ha 100 pe-ji amaride, yomu jikan ga hitsuyou desu.
This document has over 100 pages, so it takes time to read.

Ano mondai no taisetsuisa ga wakaru hito ha 10 nin amari da.
There are more than 10 people who know the importance of that problem.

Note: It doesn’t go with an exact number. Use in writing.

Above is Japanese あまり grammar amari. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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