JLPT Exam Tips Levels N4/N3/N2/N1!

Learning Japanese – JLPT EXAM TIPS!

 

learn japaneseLEVELS N3/N2/N1

The last test is to clear the JLPT exams, which is round the corner! Clearing JLPT exam means great preparation, a ton of diligent work & practice. As far as the exams are concerned, it would be very helpful to have some valuable tips from the masters. Such tips have made the difference between success & failure in many cases. Here we  have Matsumoto  Sensei of Sakuraa Nihongo Resource Center offering his best tips for the JLPT exams N1-N2-N3 Levels.

For Level N2...more tips from Rui Sensei!

LEVELS N4/N3

For those appearing for the JLPT N4 & N3 levels, we have more tips ! Check out Rui Sensei & Tateishi Sensei of Sakuraa Nihongo Resource Center offering their best tips here.

Warm wishes from Sakuraa for the JLPT examination!

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 Japanese language basics

Hello. こんにちは。 Konnichiwa. (kon-nee-chee-WAH) How are you? お元気ですか。 O-genki desu ka? (oh-GEN-kee dess-KAH?) Fine, thank you. 元気です。 Genki desu. (GEN-kee dess) What is your name? お名前は何ですか。 O-namae wa nan desu ka? (oh-NAH-mah-eh wah NAHN dess-KAH?) My name is ____ . 私の名前は ____ です。 Watashi no namae wa ____ desu. (wah-TAH-shee no nah-mah-eh wa ____ dess) Nice to meet you. 始めまして。 Hajimemashite. (hah-jee-meh-MOSH-teh) Please. (request) お願いします。 Onegai shimasu. (oh-neh-gigh shee-moss) Please. (offer) どうぞ。 Dōzo. (DOH-zo) Thank you. どうもありがとう。 Dōmo arigatō. (doh-moh ah-ree-GAH-toh) You're welcome. どういたしまして。 Dō itashi mashite. (doh EE-tah-shee mosh-teh) Yes. はい。 Hai. (HIGH) No. いいえ。 Iie. (EE-eh) Excuse me. すみません。 Sumimasen. (soo-mee-mah-sen) I'm sorry. 御免なさい。 Gomen-nasai. (goh-men-nah-sigh)

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