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 なんか        いただいてた         です  
I'm quite grateful that you remembered the name of someone like me.
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あの           ものだ  
His actions are extremely mean.
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                     ない   
It's quite unpleasant having to see you every day.

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Construction
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ANoun
Basic Examples:
(extremely unfortunate)

Aな-adjective
まり
ない
Basic Examples:
まりない (extremely tragic)

Aな-adjective
まり
ない
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User notes
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まり and まりない both have the exact same meaning and always carry a negative or sad meaning so you can't use まり/まりない to say e.g. "extremely happy".
10 years ago
avatar emmy - Level 2

Discussion about this grammar
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Years Studied: since 2000
Studying: のため、だから
Level: 678, : 4,786
since you have these two related points together, maybe http://www.renshuu.org/index.php?page=grammar/individual&id=597 should be merged in as well?
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10 years ago
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Years Studied: since 2000
Studying: のため、だから
Level: 678, : 4,786
also, in the 'construction' section, you have the construction for な adjectives twice and い adjectives are not listed (although い adjectives seem to need こと before the きわまりない)
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10 years ago
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Years Studied: まあ、ね!
Studying: N1
Level: 1, : 407
I don't understand why the negative form of まる is used here. The grammar book I'm working through has
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10 years ago
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Years Studied: まあ、ね!
Studying: N1
Level: 1, : 407
Okay, I just wrote a very long comment and it was cut off after the first line...I give up.
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10 years ago (Edited 10 years ago.)
Years Studied: 8
Studying: JLPT N1
Level: 1, : 18
Does anybody know what the real difference is between まる and まりない? You would think they would be opposites, but that does not seem to be the case. From what I can tell, they have identical meaning aside from the latter also being able to be used with い adjectives (+こと). Indeed, the どんなときどう使 lists them together, although the まとめN1 book lists them separately. http://www.renshuu.org/index.php?page=grammar/individual&id=597 EDIT: By the way, み appears to be able to be used with positive meanings (unlike まる and まりない), so it is slightly different to the other two despite the similarity in form. 「できて、みです。」
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8 years ago (Edited 8 years ago.)



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