Japanese ついには grammar tsuiniha
Let’s learn Japanese ついには grammar tsuiniha :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning “an event that took place and there were many things that happened in this event and it finally reached a certain outcome (both good and bad)”.
Mainichi renshuu shite ganbatte, tsuiniha shiken ni goukaku shimashita.
I practiced and worked hard every day and finally passed the exam.
Anohito ha itsumo zangyoushite kiben ki hataraite tsuiniha suiryokushite shinda.
He always worked overtime, worked hard and he is finally weakened and died.
Mainichi nihongo wo benkyoushite, tsuiniha nihonjin no youni kaiwa ga dekimashita.
I studied Japanese every day and I finally could talk like Japanese people.
Hisshi ni hataraite, tsuiniha mizukara ie wo kaemashita.
I worked desperately and I finally could buy my own house.
Ge-mu ni muchuushite, tsuiniha seiseki ga warukunatta.
I was so obsessed with the game that finally, my grades got worse.
Note: This is often used in writing.
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