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JLPT Taisaku 90#つい

Updated: Aug 16

つい


Meaning:


unintentionally; without being able to control oneself; without meaning to; carelessly; involuntarily; in spite of oneself; just; only


Examples;

楽しかったのでつい飲みすぎてしまった。

Because I had such a good time, I ended up drinking too much ( without meaning to)


ついさっきまで山口さんが来ていたんです。

Mr. Yamaguchi was here until just a little while ago.


人のお金を使うのは悪いとは知りながら、つい使ってしまった。

I know it's a bad thing to use someone else's money but I just couldn't control myself. (and used it)


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