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More JLPT N2 Vocabulary (Intermediate Japanese Quiz)

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JLPT N2 語彙


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(しょうひん)はご   にお(おく)りします。
のマンションには、   カメラがついています。
だちと(しょくじ)するは、いつも   です。
くために、(せいかつひ)   して(ちょきん)しています。
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