JLPT N1 Grammar (ni itaru / ni itatta)

Meaning

leads to; come to a conclusion

How to use

Verb (dictionary form)に至る
至った
に至らず
Noun
ni itaru に至る にいたる jlpt n1 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【にいたる / にいたった】(ni itaru / ni itatta). Meaning: leads to; come to a conclusion.

There are 2 main meanings:

  1. leads to ~
  2. conclusion; to arrive at (e.g. a decision); to reach (a stage); to attain

「に至る」 can be used with different conjugations 「に至らない」、「に至った」、「に至らず」.

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Example #1

このみちはこうえんにいたる。
kono michi wa kouen ni itaru.
This road leads to the park.
Example #2

このびょうきはしゅじゅつにいたらず、くすりだけでなおった。
kono byouki wa shujutsu ni itarazu, kusuri dake de naotta.
This disease is not to the point of surgery, one can get better just by taking medicine.
Example #3

じゅくにもかよってっていっしょうけんめいべんきょうしたが、けっきょくごうかくにいたらなかった。
juku ni mo kayotte isshoukenmei benkyou shita ga, kekkyoku goukaku ni itaranakatta.
I went to a cram school and studied hard, but in the end I didn't pass.
Example #4

おおくのひとのきょうりょくをえて、このじっけんがせいこうするにいたりました。
ooku no hito no kyouryoku o ete, kono jikken ga seikou suru ni itarimashita.
With the support of many people, this experiment was successful.
Example #5

がっこうにいくのがたいくつすぎるとおもうから、たいがくするけつろんにいたる。
gakkou ni iku no ga taikutsu sugiru to omou kara, taigaku suru ketsuron ni itaru.
I think going to school is too boring and so I came to the conclusion of leaving school.
Example #6

なんどかせっとくをこころみたが、かれはけっきょく、がっこうをたいしょくしくにへかえるにいたった。
nando ka settoku o kokoromita ga, kare wa kekkyoku, gakkou o taishoku shi kuni e kaeru ni itatta.
After several attempts to persuade him, he eventually retired from school and returned to his country.
Example #7

さんざんなやんだけっか、しごとをやめていなかでじきゅうじそくのせいかつをするというけつろんにいたった。
zanzan nayanda kekka, shigoto o yamete inaka de jikyuujisoku no seikatsu o suru toiu ketsuron ni itatta.
After much thought, I came to the conclusion that I would quit my job and live a self-sufficient life in the countryside.

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