Japanese やっと grammar yatto
Let’s learn Japanese やっと grammar yatto :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning “the speaker finally get what he/she wants after overcoming hardships”. In addition, this structure also implies the speaker’s mood such as “joy” and “relief” after a long time.
Kono kuni no daiichi tetsudou ha yatto kansei saremashita.
The first railway of this country was finally completed.
Shikenhi ha yatto owatta.
The test day is finally over.
Yatto oya ha watashi no keikaku ni sanseishita.
My parents finally agreed with my plan.
Yatto fune ha hokkaidou ni touchakushita.
The ship finally arrived in Hokkaido.
Yatto tai ryouri ga dekiagatta.
Thai food was finally finished.
+) This structure is used more in form of「やっとVた」 .
+) This is the same as 「ようやく」、「とうとう」、「ついに」.
+)「とうとう」and「ついに」can be used for both desirable and undesirable things, but they only describe the wishes of the speaker.
+)「やっと」 and「ようやく」used in cases the speaker want her/ his wish to come true, so it is not possible to describe things that finally cannot be done.
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