I provide free Japanese study materials in interactive PDF format. ***These work only Japanese kanji book. Kanji book. Level: JLPT N5 Content: ○ kanji. Anyway, I made some notes for the N5 workbook and did some other handy work with it to help you get a better JLPT N5 Vocabulary Section (pdf/MB). This is the first official practice workbook for the JLPT since the revision. ※N3, N4 and N5 have three test sections: Language Knowledge (Vocabulary);.
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It goes on to give simple quizzes at the end of each chapter to test your knowledge. The grammar book groups similar grammar points together with in-depth explanations and plenty of example sentences. The kanji book has lists of need-to-know kanji, as well as exercises for practicing the readings of each in different contexts. The listening book has exercises similar to the actual JLPT, along with answer strategies, skills necessary to understand the 5 different types of listening questions and a mock test.
Finally, the reading comprehension book is filled with advertisements, pamphlets, informational publications and business documents. Since the explanations are entirely in Japanese, it requires a bit more time and patience, but it gives you a much deeper look into, not only the point they are trying to convey, but also the Japanese language itself.
These books are great for people who really want to know the ins and outs of the language, for people who like to know the nuances between similar vocabulary or similar grammar points. The books are divided into days of the week.
The first 6 days have a couple of grammar points, a small list of vocabulary words, short readings or listening exercises and a small quiz to help you remember them. Another difference in these books are the English, Chinese and Korean translations, for a quick way to understand each concept. The daily lessons are relatively short and to the point, compared to other study texts. Having only a couple of things to focus on each day, is a great way to build slowly and steadily on the Japanese you already know.
You will have the time to really look into the information provided and gain a deep understanding before moving on.