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余り
amari
JLPT N2 Author: 赤毛
あまり
Meaning
not much, too much
あまり面白くない => not very interesting / あまり遅い => too late
Phrases
This is too good to be true.
Author: Amatuka

You are all too quick.
Author: dc

You had better not sit up so late at night.
Author: dc

He doesn't have much longer to live.
Author: dc

You were so late in coming that I was just about to telephone you.
Author: dc

English is way too difficult for me to understand.
Author: frankieforfingaz

It was not too a voice of the surprise.
Author: sureshnihon

One must not take oneself too seriously.
Author: karekano

”Is she old?”. ”No, not very ".
Author: karekano

I`m not very good at swimming.
Author: karekano

It wasn`t very far away.
Author: karekano

I don`t like it too much.
Author: karekano

He is not too tall.
Author: karekano

He isn`t (all) that rich.
Author: karekano

We got there none too soon.
Author: karekano

It`s not quite cold.
Author: karekano

The proposition is not overly exciting to me.
Author: karekano

There`s not much fear of rain.
Author: karekano

”How many books do you have?" "Not many ".
Author: karekano

I have little (not much) opportunity to visit my aunt.
Author: karekano

Don`t expect too much of her.
Author: karekano

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