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〜堪えない ([〜にたえない] )(nitaenai2)
    Meaning: Emphasizing a strong emotional reaction either good or bad ~をとても強く感じる・話してがそのことに対して強い感情を持っているときに用いる。
    Example: I'm absolutely furious about the way he treats me.
    JLPT Level: 1
    Author: LR

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There are two たえないs of note in the Japanese language... hurray. How to distinguish them?
 is for saying you just can't stand something and should be constructed from VERB辞書形 + にたえない
 is for saying that you have a strong emotional reaction to something - "氏の当会へのご援助はまことに感謝に堪えません|We cannot be too grateful to him for the help he has given our society." and should be constructed NOUN + たえない.

Both are on the old JLPT 1 syllabus, if anyone knows what's on the new N1, please advise
 
(LR)
Ref # Kanzen Master Level 1 - p94 - no.88 
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ex #8021   色々お世話になりまして、感謝にたえません 
you've been so good to me, I really want to thank you  
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ex #8022   氏の当会へのご援助はまことに感謝にたえません 
We cannot be too grateful to him for the help he has given our society.  
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ex #8023   彼の私に対する態度は憤慨に堪えない  
I'm absolutely furious about the way he treats me.  
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