果たして [はたして] (hatashite)
Meaning: really, as was expected
Example: is it really true?
JLPT Level: 1
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|anonymous||Is this similar to yappari?|| |
|Miki||Yes, I think so as for ex#3100 and #3101. |
While ex#1187 and #3099 imply a slight suspicious mind or assumption. So these are similar to hontouni 本当に.
|dc||使い果たして seems to be a frequent set phrase meaning to "use up; exhaust". Is this related to hatashite as a grammar construct? ie the implication is "used up as we expected" ?|| |
|semoo||plz told us!!!!!!!!!!!!|| |
|Miki||ex#4265- #4277 these 果たす are different meaning from the entry.|| |
|bamboo4||Those 使い果たす examples do not belong here.They should be set up in a separate head.|
|christ||In response to dc's question... |
There are 2 uses with slightly different essence:
1. as we expected
2. to accomplish, finish
You can see that accomplish and as we expected have similarities.
|kikkoro||For this item of grammar, 果たして is to be used as the adverb of the sentense. 果たす,使い果たす are verb so they are out of scope.|| |
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