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Grammar detail: やっと

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JLPT:
やっと - at last
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やっと
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verb phrase
means
at last; at length; finally; ultimately; in the end etc.
やっと often conveys the sense that after much difficulty or a long period of time, a desired goal was finally reached.
しゅうかん
週間
してやっと
かのじょ
彼女
なった
It was a week before she got well.
アメリカから
にもつ
荷物
やっと
とど
きました

My luggage finally arrived from America.
やっとできました
I finally did it!
やっと is very rarely seen written in kanji as
やっ
と, using 漸, which appears more commonly in other words with a similar meaning such as ようやく.
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Kanji used in this grammar

ゼン    gradually   
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シュウ    a week   
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カン   ケン   あいだ interval, between   ま space, room   
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ヒ   かれ he   
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ジョ   ニョ   ニョウ   woman; female   おんな woman   め woman   
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リョウ   よ good   
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カ   に baggage   
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ブツ   モツ   もの thing   
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とど to arrive   とどける to notify, to deliver   
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