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Let’s learn Japanese あげくのはてには grammar agekunohateniha:

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing meaning “due to a certain process or state that has lasted and reached a climax, a thing has occurred”. This structure is often used in a bad state.


Okotta ageku no wa teniha, shachou wa jijou wo nani mo wakaranai shain wo takusan yame sasemashita.
Due to the anger, the president fired many employees who didn’t know anything about the situation.

Shigoto ga kasatte, tsukareta ageku no hate ni, kanojo ga shinde shimaimashita.
Because she had so many works and she could not stand the fatigue, she died.

Shigoto no atsuryoku wo gaman shinaku natta ageku no hate ni, ano hito wa jishoku shita.
Because he could not stand the pressure of work, he resigned.

Ageku no hate ni, kanojo wa zaisan wo nakunatta.
In the end, she lost all her possessions.

Ageku no hate ni, watashi no makeda.
In the end, I lost.

Above is Japanese あげくのはてに(は) grammar agekunohateni (ha). If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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