Why Don’t You Use それほど? Native Speakers Often Use
The meaning of それほど isn’t so difficult than you are thinking. However, did you listen to it from native speakers? それほど is often used in daily conversation. Let me introduce the way to use it today!
[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] それほど___ない(sorehodo-nai)
[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Not ___ that much
“それほど___ない” means “Not ___ that much” and which native speakers often use because it sounds pretty soft and gently, such as 多くないですよ。(It is not much.) or それほど多くないですよ。(It is not that much.) “それほど___ない” sounds native speakers, so try to use this in daily conversation. And the popular word of それほどでもない is “いやー、それでもないですよ。(Thank you. I’m trying./I want to get better.)” when someone is flattering you.