たばかり (ta bakari)
Meaning: just finished; something just ended/occurred
How to use the: Verb (た form) + ばかり
Used to describe an action, which has just ended recently compared to the present form, this sentence represents something that happened not too long ago (according to the perception of the speaker). The actual length of time from when the incident occurred to the present can be short and long, but if the speaker perceives the time period to be short, this pattern can be used.
Sakki tsuita bakaridesu.
I just arrived.
Konoaida katta bakarinanoni, terebi ga kowarete shimatta
I just bought it recently but the television is broke
Tanaka-san wa ototoshi kekkon shita bakarinanoni, mō rikon o kangaete irurashī.
Tanaka has just been married a year ago, but seems to be considering divorce.
kono bin wa saki hodo narita kuukou o shuppatsu shita bakari da.
The flight has just left Narita Airport.
Nihon ni kita bakari no koro wa, Nihon mo yoku wakaranakute hontōni komatta.
When I first came to Japan, I didn’t understand Japanese so it was really hard
Ane wa daigaku o deta bakaridesu.
My sister just graduated from university
In the spoken word, it could be changed to 「ばっか」 Vたばっか
Masaka, ima okita bakkana no?
Is it just wake up now?