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JLPT-N5-N1 Japanese Vocabulary Extended Notes

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Featuring vocabulary for all stages of learning. The JLPT tests are certification of fluency for non-native speakers. It consists of 5 levels, with JLPT-N5 as a beginner friendly exam for Japanese Language, while N1 is the harderst. This deck is organised by JLPT level from N5 to N1, and in addition includes a selection of "common" words: likely to be heard in native everyday conversation. Over 5,000 common words are included, as labelled by Jisho.org. Cards include the grammar type of each word, and additional meanings if appropriate. Cards are styled by default to include clickable kanji. Such kanji can be clicked to display the furigana (pronunciation) of the kanji. The deck is organised in order of advancing grade, making studying a particular grade very easy straight after downloading, no extra steps necessary! Each outer deck contains all the cards of the previous grade, plus those of the current grade. The deck is split into subdecks as follows: Vocabulary was collected from Jisho.org. They themselves use the JMdict, Kanjidic2, JMnedict and Radkfile dictionary files. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's licence. Audio is from Tofugu’s kanji learning site WaniKani. An alternative deck download is available without audio. Smaller download size, with exactly the same notes: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1550984460 Script and readme for generating this deck is available at Github Changelog: 2019-06-11: Corrected the incorrect audios 2021-07-26: Ordered notes into decks by their easiest tag

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Expression どちらにせよ
Meaning in either case (used specifically in the instance of two possible outcomes or situations), either way, one way or another
Reading どちらにせよ
Grammar Expression
Additional_meaning
Sound
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Expression ロマンス
Meaning romance, love story
Reading ロマンス
Grammar Noun
Additional_meaning love affair, romantic relationship; romance
Sound
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Expression 本堂
Meaning main temple building, nave
Reading 本堂[ほんどう]
Grammar Noun
Additional_meaning
Sound
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on 1627052383
I've been using it for months, great to prepare for JLPT. However some of the cards are not in their corresponding decks, eg. if you search for tag:jlpt-n2 some were in the Common words deck. So I recommend fixing this before starting to use it.
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Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I have updated the decks and this should be fixed.
on 1625411339
Godlike resource. Thanks!
on 1622644397
Very very nice even though some audio is missing.
on 1618314838
Really well-organized deck. Exactly what I was looking for! Great job!
on 1613917914
Thanks!
on 1599906803
Excellent deck! Very helpful for building general vocabulary. Cards are well made and organized with plenty of info but not so much that it overwhelming. I did notice one mistake; 奇麗 (きれい) (pretty/clean), should be written 綺麗.
on 1599442511
Great Deck! Essential for anyone planning on learning Japanese and will save you tons of time on making your own cards.However, the audio is only for some of the cards. Nevertheless, an essential deck for anyone learning Japanese.
on 1598834286
Thanks
on 1593078261
It's good, but you notice over time that it's missing some Jisho jlpt words, especially words with two pronunciations. For example 敵 (てき、かたき) or 落下, it's not really a big deal though
on 1589612766
Great. Thanks.
on 1588008033
Just what I was looking for, thank you for your effort. Surprisingly few JLPT resources on ankiweb!
on 1582604520
Thank you very much for your time and effort!
on 1580258528
This is very comprehensive and helpful. As I am new to learning Japanese I appreciate the effort put forth into this deck.