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Beginner Japanese Quiz: Learn More JLPT N5 Grammar

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The JLPT N5 is the first level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. To master the grammar portion of the JLPT N5, one good study technique is to try as many sample test questions as possible. Not only will you gradually learn the various JLPT N5 grammar forms, but you will get comfortable with the kinds of questions you'll find on the real JLPT exam.

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JLPT N5 の ぶんぽう

     に なにを いれますか。 (ひと)つ えらんで ください。

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(まいにち) くすりを ()みました。 びょうきが         よく なりました。
わたしは ()どもの とき やさいが きらいでしたが、 だんだん           
この テレビは とても (たか)かったです。 でも         (やす)く なりました。
マリアさんは きょ(ねん)、 (にほん)へ ()ました。 そして、 (ことし)      (なつ)に ()ました。
(せんげつ) (きょうと)へ ()きました。      ()きたいです。
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