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Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. You can take eight of these any one week. The questions change each week. Challenge yourself and check which Japanese vocabulary and words you remember and know with this test. Once you finish the tests, you will be issued with a certificate of results that includes your name. Each of the words that you answered that you had remembered have a check mark next to them.
You can see the results of your study to date, including your overall points, your weekly points total points from the most recent Monday to Sunday , the number of words you have remembered so far, the number of stages you have cleared, and the number of tests you have passed. Reviews Review Policy. Improved performance and stability.
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LETS Limited. Learn Japanese hiragana, katakana and kanji, and test yourself. Learn Japanese - common sentences. Learn common sentences to speak Japanese naturally! More by The Japan Foundation. Kanji Memory Hint 1 [English]. The Japan Foundation. Study kanji the fun way using mnemonic pictures. Hiragana Memory Hint [English]. Study hiragana the fun way using mnemonic pictures! Katakana Memory Hint [English]. Study katakana the fun way using mnemonic pictures!
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Did you know that in Japan there are websites and television programs made specifically for non-Japanese people? It was produced by The Japan Foundation , an institution dedicated to cultural exchange. That may sound counterintuitive, right? Well, although you may not understand all the specific words used, the way the scenes are composed and shot allow for intuitive understanding to take place. Gestures, facial expressions, contextual shots showing important information, signage, environments, objects and more all contribute to a better understanding of the scene. Oh, yeah, that reminds me.
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Erin is an exchange student visiting a Japanese school. In this lesson, we learn how to meet and greet people for the first time. Toggle navigation. In this lesson, Erin learns how to make requests. In this lesson, Erin learns how to indicate things! In this lesson, Erin learns how to ask where things are located.
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