Tag: 〜すぎる

  • Too much exposure with ~すぎる

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 18

    Rize misunderstands Cocoa’s suggesting the staff of Rabbit House wear bunny ears. After Rize imagines herself in a skimpy bunny girl outfit, she says the outfit’s level of exposure is too high.

    リゼ:
    露出度(ろしゅつど)(たか)すぎだろ!」
  • Too literal with ~すぎる

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 18

    Rize finds Cocoa’s suggested renaming of Rabbit House to be too literal.

    リゼ:
    「そりゃまんますぎるだろう」
  • Taking too much caffeine with ~すぎる

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 55

    Syaro explains that she can’t drink coffee because she gets hyper when she takes too much caffeine.

    シャロ:
    「カフェインを()すぎる異常(いじょう)なテンションになるみたいなの」
  • Too effective ~すぎる

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 66

    The relaxing effect of the herbal tea Cocoa drank was too effective, as she fell right to sleep. (Note that () is a verb, not an adjective, meaning “to be effective” or “to do its work”.)

    「ハーブティー()すぎ!」
  • Too cute pajamas with ~すぎる

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 70

    Although grateful to be able to borrow pajamas, Syaro finds Chino’s pajamas to be a bit too cute.

    シャロ:
    「チノちゃんにパジャマ()たのはいいけどちょっとかわいすぎない?」
  • Too accurate fortunes with ~すぎる

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 94

    Chino recalls that her grandfather’s coffee fortune telling was famous for being too accurate to the point it was scary.

    チノ:
    「おじいちゃんのカフェ・ド・マンシーは()たりすぎて(こわ)有名(ゆうめい)でした」
  • Too suspicious with ~すぎる

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 114

    Rize doesn’t know if Syaro and Chiya are dense, or if she’s just too suspicious. (Note that it appears in a noun form here.)

    シャロ・千夜(ちや)
    「こいつらが鈍感(どんかん)なのか(わたし)勘繰(かんぐ)()なのかわからなくなってくる…」
  • Too much with ~すぎる

    When ()ぎる is used as a helper auxiliary verb, it is often written as すぎる. It may be appended to either the stem form of a verb or an adjective or to a noun. It provides the meaning of a verb bring “too much”. It often (although not always) brings with it a negative connotation.

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