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This topic is tied to the below grammar expression in the grammar library.
て初めての
1. The first B since A (occurred); B happened for the first time since A
Used to show a time relationship: this is the first (one of) B since A
この    まれて         です  
This is the first family portrait since this child was born.
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Level: 1, : 22
There is also [b][color=blue]Aてはじめて+verbal phrase B[/color][/b], with the analogous meaning "after/because of A, it's the first time that B happened".
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9 years ago
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Level: 110, : 6,632
You are quite right - the original listing was a bit too restrictive. I have updated it!
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9 years ago
Level: 1, : 2

Hi, in the N2 book (03・~で), this has actually got a slightly different meaning, which isn't covered by the example sentences here:

~てはじめて it is not until~that
: バイトをしてはじめて、おさがわかりました。

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1 month ago
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Level: 823, : 324

I don't have that book, but that looks like: https://www.renshuu.org/grammar/540/

As in: only after [working a part time job], did I [understand the importance of money].

Maybe it should be included as a related expression here?

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1 month ago
Level: 1, : 2

Thanks! That looks like the grammar I was thinking of.

I currently see the second item from below (てはじめての) in the Lesson Center (Grammar "マスター N2" - chapter "03・~で"), but in the physical book, it's the first item (てはじまて):

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Maybe things weren't linked up quite right. I've manually added the first item to my study terms. No harm in repeating both. :-)

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1 month ago
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