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Let’s learn Japanese けっきょく grammar kekkyoku :

Formation :

Stand at the beginning or middle of the sentence.

Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the last conclusion, result. It’s usually translated as “finally/at last/after all”. In many circumstances, it expresses conclusions, results that people’s willpower can not reach although they have tried and expected. This structure has negative tone, so it’s rarely used in positive situation.

For example

shiken zen ni nan mo benkyou shi tari renshuu shi tari shi nai kekkyo ku fu goukaku datu ta
Before the examination, I hadn’t revised anthing. In the end, I failed.

ano purojiekuto ni toushi shi ta kekkyo ku son wo shi mashi ta
I invested into that project, but after all I lost a lot.

kaimono ni itu te i ta ga okane wo uchi ni wasure te shimatu te kekkyoku nan mo kawa nakatu ta
I went shopping but forgot to bring money, eventually I didn’t buy anything.

kare wo settoku ni iki mashi ta ga kekkyoku kare ni gyaku ni settoku sa re mashi ta
I came to persuade him, finally I was the one persuaded.

kekkyoku warui ten wo totu ta
As a result I got bad mark.

Note: It’s sometimes used in form 「結局は」、「結局のところ」

Above is Japanese けっきょく grammar kekkyoku. 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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