Japanese にいたって grammar niitatte

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Let’s learn Japanese にいたって grammar niitatte :

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Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “reached the point”. It is often used to describe extreme cases. The back part of the sentence comes with words like「ようやく/やっと/初めて」.


Saigo no kaidan ni itattem saisho no kaidan kara machigatta koto ni ki wo tsukemashita.
At the last stage, I realized I was wrong from the beginning.

Oya ni shikarareru ni itatte, jibun no warui tokoro ga wakarimashita.
As I was scolded by my parents, I became aware of my bad point.

Naorenai ni itatte jibun no byoujou ni ki wo tsuketa node osokatta.
I was late in noticing my medical condition that it couldn’t be treated.

Nakunatta ni itatte keitaidenwa no taisetsu sa wo kizukimashita.
I realized the importance of mobile phones as I lost it.

Mori ga hakaisareru ni itatte mina ga ookii kiki ni menshita.
Everyone faced the great crisis as the forest was destroyed.

Above is Japanese にいたって grammar niitatte. 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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