Japanese やっと grammar yatto

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Let’s learn Japanese やっと grammar yatto :

Formation :

Used as an adverb in sentence.

Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “The quantity is maximum, can’t be higher”.
For example

watakushi ha yatto ichi rei rei ten wo tore ta ureshii koto ka
I got the maximum point, 100 points. I’m so happy.

yatto saigo no sangatsu mo sugoshi ta shinnen ha mousugu kuru
The last 3 months have finally gone by. New year is going to come soon.

ore ha yatto ni rei rei metoru oyoge mashi ta
I have finally been able to swim for 200 meters.

kanojo ha isshou hisshi ni hatarai te yatto ichi oku en mo setsuyaku sa re mashi ta
She’s worked hard for the whole life and saved  100 000 000 yens at last.

yatto ni dai no kuruma wo kae mashi ta
I have finally bought 2 cars.

Above is Japanese やっと grammar yatto. 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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