Japanese ついに…た grammar tsuini…ta

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Let’s learn Japanese ついに…た grammar tsuini…ta :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “something that has gone through so many events, finally can be done”.


Shoppingu sentaa wa tsuini kansei sa remashita.
The shopping center is finally completed.

Ano hito tsuini jibun no mokuhyou wo tassei shimashita
That person has finally achieved his goal.

Watashi wa tsuini nagai jikan ni hanareta koibito ni saikai shimashita.
I finally met my lover again after a long time of separation.

Keisatsu wa tsuini yabai hannin wo tsukamaemashita.
The police finally caught the dangerous criminal.

Ano yatsu wa tsuini jibun no kazoku ga imashita.
That guy finally got his family.

Note: This structure focuses on something that has happened rather than the process.

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