てからというもの ([てからというもの] )(tekaratoiumono)
Meaning: Ever Since s.t. changed てから後はずっと
Example: Ever since the daughter returned, her aging father has really perked up
JLPT Level: 1
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|Ref # Kanzen Master Level 1 - p6 - no.8|
|This expression means "ever since ~", and is appended to the V て form to indicate that a behavior, perception, or situation has undergone a major change as the result of a certain occurence. It conveys surprise, admiration, or similar feelings regarding the change.|| |
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