Japanese とうとう grammar toutou

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Let’s learn Japanese とうとう grammar toutou :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “something that takes a long time to be done.” This structure highlights the speaker’s perception of the date or event that happened until then.


Shuumatsu ha toutou owatteshimatta, Mou isogashii isshu ni narimasu.
The weekend is finally over. Another busy week starts.

Juunen mo tatte, chichi no yume ha toutou kanawaremashita.
My father’s dream finally came true after 10 years.

Toutou mokuhyou wo tasseishita.
I finally reached the goal.

Nagaku settokushitaato, toutou kare ga doui shita.
After a long time of persuasion, he finally agreed.

Isshokenmei renshuu shitaageku, toutou yuumei na senshu ni kachimashita.
After practicing hard, I finally won the famous player.

Note: This is the same as 「やっと」、「ついに」

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