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JLPT N4 Vocabulary: Free Japanese Quiz

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JLPT N4 ごい

   の ぶんと だいたい おなじ いみの ぶんを ひとつ えらんでください。

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この ペンは ()きにくいです。
やすみの ひは たいてい うちで ねます。
かれは ねっしんに (にほんご)を (べんきょう)しています。
(せんせい)に (でんわ)を しましたが、るすでした。
(とうきょう)は (あんぜん)な まちです。
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