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As for A; when it comes to the example A
Shows an extreme example A. Has a negative connotation.

  1. As for A; when it comes to the example A
    Shows an extreme example A. Has a negative connotation.
  2. Shows an extreme situation A
    Followed by a change/realization that (finally) occurs because of A. Words like やっと and ようやく often follow A.
  3. Despite an extreme situation A
    Followed by change/result that has not happened despite A occurring. Words like まだ often follow.
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  ここ にいたって           した  
As for this here, he said that he was innocent.

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Basically Aになる for extreme situations.
8 years ago
avatar emmy - Level 1
 
Shows an extreme situation A
Followed by a change/realization that (finally) occurs because of A. Words like やっと and ようやく often follow A.

  1. As for A; when it comes to the example A
    Shows an extreme example A. Has a negative connotation.
  2. Shows an extreme situation A
    Followed by a change/realization that (finally) occurs because of A. Words like やっと and ようやく often follow A.
  3. Despite an extreme situation A
    Followed by change/result that has not happened despite A occurring. Words like まだ often follow.
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Despite an extreme situation A
Followed by change/result that has not happened despite A occurring. Words like まだ often follow.

  1. As for A; when it comes to the example A
    Shows an extreme example A. Has a negative connotation.
  2. Shows an extreme situation A
    Followed by a change/realization that (finally) occurs because of A. Words like やっと and ようやく often follow A.
  3. Despite an extreme situation A
    Followed by change/result that has not happened despite A occurring. Words like まだ often follow.
There are no approved example sentences.

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Years Studied: since 2000
Studying: のため、だから
Level: 159, : 4,379
you can also use る and らず as well - the former having the same general meaning as って, the latter meaning something along the lines of 'without reaching such a situation'
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9 years ago
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Level: 26, : 4,177
Added the first. Do you think the latter would fit better as a new expression?
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9 years ago
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Years Studied: since 2000
Studying: のため、だから
Level: 159, : 4,379
yeah - maybe another usage on the same page? Or something on it's own?
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9 years ago
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Years Studied: Too many
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The Kanzen Master grammar book for N1 has separate entries for ~にって・~にっても and ~にっては with separate usage and definition information. Assuming that information is accurate, perhaps this page could be updated to reflect that? The current information matches that given in Kanzen Master for ~にっては, but it doesn't really explain how to use ~にって・~にっても, which is supposedly used for extreme situations and their results, and which can be used with verbs in addition to nouns.
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9 months ago
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Level: 26, : 4,177

Did a bit of digging around, this is what I got. Let me know if you are seeing the same:

いたって - used to mark a time or situation when something extreme/drastic happens. N/V precedes it.

いたっては - given on this page, but needs to be noted that it's only used for negative statements.

いたっても - similar to #1, used to mark an extreme time or situation, but it followed with something that hasn't been done/achieved yet (negative phrase).

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9 months ago
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Sounds about right. This is what Kanzen Master shows:

~にって・~にっても: ではえられないにつく。「~にって」のには、がそこまでんでやっとどうなったか、「~にっても」のには、んでもどうならないかをる。

~にっては:としてあきれた、ひどいというす。につく。には、そのがどんなかをる。
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9 months ago
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Level: 26, : 4,177

Ok, added them! We're pretty backlogged on getting model sentences added to the ones without examples, but we'll get there at some point.

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9 months ago
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Thanks!

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9 months ago



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