Japanese N5

Japanese is a Japonic language spoken primarily in Japan but also spoken by Japanese expatriates and their descendants around the world. It is the official language of Japan and is known for its complex writing system, which includes three scripts: hiragana, katakana, and kanji (Chinese characters). It also features a unique grammatical structure and a rich vocabulary. Japanese culture and customs are also deeply ingrained in the language, making it an essential component of understanding the country and its people. It's widely spoken in business, politics, and international relations. It's also studied as a second language in many universities and language schools worldwide.

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The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is a standardized test that assesses the level of Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers. The test is divided into five levels, with N5 being the lowest level.

The JLPT N5 is designed to test basic Japanese language skills, and is suitable for beginners who have studied Japanese for around 150-300 hours. The test covers basic grammar and vocabulary, as well as simple reading and listening skills. The test format includes multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, and short answer questions.

To pass the N5 level, test takers must have a basic understanding of the Japanese language and be able to use it in basic daily situations. The N5 level is the first step in demonstrating your Japanese language proficiency, and it is a good starting point for those just beginning to study Japanese.

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    B sreeja

    This course is well-designed. The grammar and vocab items revolve around the skit which helps one to see how these items are used meaningfully in daily interactions. The teacher speaks slowly and explains the items well and even shares cultural anecdotes for us to understand the Japanese society. For those who struggle to understand the course and/or still in the beginning stages of learning, do take up the Beginners class. I signed up for this JLPT N5 in Jan 2023 with my very basic knowledge of Japanese thinking that I could breeze through it. How wrong I was! As I was (and still is) learning Japanese on my own without a tutor and not following a set of formal curriculum, I paused this course for a while and polished my hiragana and katakana. Then I memorized and practiced the vocabulary in the lessons until I could remember it well. I spent like a month or so on each lesson and if there were any things I could not understand, I would pause and re watch it later after 2 or 3 days and SURPRISE I could then understand it. My concern would be the lack of exercises to review one's learning but other than that I am very satisfied with the structure of the course.

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