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Zvono11
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N5

Post by Zvono11 » Tue 03.15.2011 11:22 am

Hello, I haven't been logged in for a quite long period, so I'm not in the course of events. Could somebody explain me, what level of the Japanese skills is needed to take and pass N5 test? I still haven't found some time to take some evening classes in Japanese, because of the other activities, so I don't have a lot of free time to deal with that :(
I'm planning to take some lessons next year.

P.S. How long does it take to get prepered for the exam?
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Re: N5

Post by chikara » Tue 03.15.2011 5:30 pm

You can take a sample JLPT N5 test here.

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Re: N5

Post by Zvono11 » Thu 03.17.2011 8:43 pm

chikara wrote:You can take a sample JLPT N5 test here.

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Thanks :)
Arigato gozaimasu :)


P.S. I have one more question to ask. It's about the studentbook. Could you tell me, if the Genki I is enough to get prepared for the exam (N5) ???
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