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JLPT N5-7 Adjectives
Basic Kanji 120
Day of the week
Day of the month
Month of the year
I you she he they we
...san, ...chan, ...kun, ...sama
ikimasu, kimasu, kaerimasu
...de (by means of: using)
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
40 verbs (FLASH material, swf file)
Quizlet: 40 verbs (in Kana)
Quizlet: 40 verbs (in Roma-ji)
...ni aimasu. ...to aimasu.
Particles (for beginner and high-beginner)
Ko, So, A, Do
1/2, 1/3, 1/4 ...
agemasu, moraimasu, kuremasu
I'm sorry I'm late.
Dictionary form (Plain present positive)
Nai-form (Plain present negative)
Ta-form (Plain past positive)
Nakatta-form (Plain past negative)
...i but na-adjective
The difference between i- and na-adjectives
How much/many/long ...?
Adjectives for N5
Connective form of noun, i-adj. and na-adj.
How to make adverb
Important structures of verb te-form
How to make verb te-form
"I know." and "I don't know." in Japanese
Shitteimasu vs. Wakarimasu
Listening Practice N5, te-form (1) ～てください。
Listening Practice N5, te-form (2) ～ています。
Listening Practice N5, te-form (3) ～てもいいですか。
Listening Practice N5, te-form (4) ～て、～て
N5 Vocab free e-mail lesson (804 words for JLPT N5)
「は」と「が」 "wa" and "ga"
Modfying the noun
I think so.
Medical Vocabulary and Phrases
Listening Practice N5 Level 1 No.1-10, 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50
Listening Practice N5 Level 2 No.1-10, 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50
104 Adjectives (Download PDF)
There are two kinds of adjective in Japanese.
i-adjectives: Basically, Japanese origin. Always ends with "i".
na-adjective: Basically, Chinese origin. Conjugation is same as noun.
List of Keiyoushi (Adjectives) in Hiragana and Katakana
List of Keiyoushi (Adjectives) in Roma-ji
The difference between i- and na-adjectives.