JLPT Grammar List and Example Sentences [Free Download]

 

“I want to start studying for the JLPT exam, but I don’t know where to begin…”

Do you feel this way?

If so, please download the free “JLPT Grammar List and Example Sentences” right away.

 

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What’s in it?

JLPT N5 Grammar List, Example Sentences (PDF)

 


-92 Grammar in total

-with English translation

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JLPT N4 Grammar List, Example Sentences (PDF)

 

-85 Grammar in total

-with English translation

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JLPT N3 Grammar List, Example Sentences (PDF)

 

-119 Grammar in total

-with English translation

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JLPT N2 Grammar List, Example Sentences (PDF)

 

-135 Grammar in total

-with English translation

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Contents

This PDF contains a list of the grammar required for JLPT N3, N4, and N5, and example sentences on how to use the grammar.

With this PDF in hand, you’ll be able to see clearly what you need to do. (There are even check boxes to find your level)

You can find your weak points, focus on them and perfect your Japanese.

 

JLPT is the only internationally recognized test to measure Japanese proficiency.

With the certificate of having passed this exam, you’ll be able prove to any third party, (for example a company, a school, a public institution etc., or just your friends) your proficiency in Japanese.

 

Preparation for the JLPT requires that you study the basics in the proper order, therefore, these teaching materials are highly useful for Japanese learners, even those who have never taken the test yet.

Download the PDF and perfect your Japanese!

 

 

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Recommended for the following

・ People taking JLPT

・ People who may take JLPT in the future

・ People that want to go to Japan

・ People that want to get work in Japanese

・ People that want find their Japanese level

・ People who want to study Japanese systematically

・ People who worry about the accuracy of their Japanese

・ People who want to learn proper Japanese

・ People who have never studied Japanese properly

 

The good points about using this PDF

・ You can pinpoint what your current study needs are

・ You can get your Japanese closer to perfection

・ You can regularly check your progress

・ Being able to self-study Japanese will reduce your worries

・ Being able to understand your weaknesses will help you ask better questions of your teacher

 

Testimonial

-Lynne from Australia

It was very helpful for reviewing the JLPT study information.

The list is easy to read and there are example sentences, so once you remember it, you won’t forget.

The checklist was especially helpful.

I always make the same mistakes, but the checklist really helped me focus in on my weak points!

Its best if you print it out and carry it with you at all times.

 

Message from Chika Sensei – Program Coordinator

こんにちは、Chika Senseiです。

Nice to meet you, I’m Chika Sensei.

Many people feel that studying for an exam is a headache.

Learning a language should be fun!

 

But studying for an exam is not a waste of time.

On the contrary, your Japanese will improve dramatically.

This is because studying for the exam is highly systematic, and once you learn it, you will be able to use your Japanese skillfully.

 

It’s just like sports!

People who learn sports systematically starting with the basics, are better at their disciplines than self- styled learners aren’t they? and they don’t waste their strength.

It’s the same with language.

 

Your time has limitations.

So, use this PDF to find out where you need to focus your studies.

Then you can get the best results in the shortest amount of time!

 

Chika sensei Profile
  • Native Japanese, born and raised in Japan
  • Master Degree in Japanese Language Education
  • Certified in the Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test
  • 17 years of experience in Japanese language teaching (10 years in Japanese school, 7 years in University)
  • Completed numerous researches in the Japanese Language studies
  • Publication in Japanese Language Studies
  • Teaching experience abroad including Korea and Taiwan
  • Languages: Japanese (mother tongue), English, Korean

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