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Today's Lesson
FINALLY / AT LAST   ついに、ようやく


  • Finally and at last mean “after waiting a long time” or “after much trouble”.

    Be Careful! At last usually comes at the beginning or end of a sentence.
  • finally あるいは at last は、長い時間待った後で、あるいはとても苦労した後に、という意味です。

    注意:at last は、たいてい文頭か文末に置きます。


  1. After sitting in the waiting room for three hours, I was finally able to see the doctor.
  2. a: Well, Henry finally decided to ask Reiko to marry him.
    b: It's about time!
  3. It was 2:00 in the morning when I finally managed to fall asleep.
  4. I've finally finished cleaning the house. At last I can relax!
  5. Spring is here at last!

英会話レッスンWe're looking forward to seeing you again. Don't keep us waiting too long!