Japanese つまり は grammar tsumari ha

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Let’s learn Japanese つまり は grammar tsumari ha:

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Used when we draw a conlusion without explaining specifically
For example

ima chotto kyuuyou ga ari mashi te
tsumari nan ga ii tai no
A: “I’m on urgent business now…”
B: “So what do you wanna say?”

watashi ga kiki tai koto ha tsumari kondo no misu ha watakushi no sei dake ja naku te ta no hito mo machigatu ta no yo
What I want to hear is that, in the end, this mistake was not only my fault but everyone’s as else.

ima chotto isogashii n desu ga
tsumari watakushi to issho ni iki taku nai desho
A: “I’m on urgent business now…”
B: “In other words, you don’t want to go with me, do you?”

ore ga ii tai koto ha tsumari kanojo ha hontouni machigatu ta ga zenryoku wo uchikon de i ta node kondo dake yurushi te mo ii desu yo
What I want to say is, although she’s wrong, she was giving her best, so you can forgive her this time.

tsumari ano hito ha watakushi tachi to meru de yokoshi taku nai
In other words, that person doesn’t want to email us.

Note: We can use 「結局」、「要するに」 to replace it.

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