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What is Yokatta in Japanese?

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      What is Yokatta in Japanese?

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      Yokatta is the past tense of “Yoi”.

      Yoi (良い / よい) means good.
      And, Yokatta means 【I’m glad that 〜】.

      This is a dialogue that expresses a state of relief.
      You can say “Yokatta” when something good for you or the other person happens.
      Also, you can use it when the event that you faced with anxiety turned out all right.

      Example sentence:
      今日から旅行だ。晴れてよかった。
      きょうからりょこうだ。はれてよかった。
      kyo kara ryoko da. Harete Yokatta.

      I’m traveling from today. I’m glad it’s sunny.

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