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Grammar detail: やはり

やはり - as expected
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やはり
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やっぱり
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verb phrase
means
as (I/you/someone) expected; (just) as (I/you/someone) thought etc.
ベルギーチョコレートやはりおいしいです
As expected, Belgian chocolate is delicious.
やはり is the more formal version. やっぱり is more casual. Other informal forms may also be encountered, such as: やっぱし、やっぺし、やっぴし、and やっぱ.
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