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Update to the Anki JLPT N5 Deck

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There are more ways to learn kanji then I can count.  There is the famous 'Heisig' method of mnemonics and memorization.  There are flashcards that you can use.  There are a ton of great kanji apps for your phone, like iKanji for iOS, or Kanji Study for Android.  It seems like a book or a [...]


Watching Japanese TV Shows

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Time and time again I have heard from readers that watching Japanese TV shows is one of the best ways to hone your listening skills. As a matter of fact, a lot of people who have passed the higher levels of the test (N2, N1) have gotten a good amount of their listening skills from [...]


JLPT N5 Japanese Reading Examples

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What type of question that you might see pop up on the reading section of the N5 are picture questions.  Here you might see a short passage of text and then have to choose a drawing that best matches what is described.  For example, in the JLPT N5 Official Workbook, they have a question that [...]


July 2016 JLPT First Impressions

The July test is a new addition that came as a welcomed revision to how the JLPT was conducted from 2010 on.  For those of you living in Asia and in some locations on a few other continents, you are able to take the JLPT twice a year.  In Japan, it seems like they like [...]

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Around this time of year, I always get flooded with a lot of frantic emails asking questions about how to prepare for the exam, so I thought I would put together a little kit of former blog posts that can you help you out in this final stretch before the big day.  If you are [...]


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