Ultimate JLPT N5 Vocabulary Deck v1.3
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|English||to get on|
|2ndDef||to ride in, to board; to spread (paints); to share in, to join|
|2ndDef||to squat; to assume (a position)|
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If you care about pitch accent, don't download
Not useful if you want to learn vocab plus the right way to pronounce the words.
It is the best one here imo.
Haven’t found any typo/mistake. Thank you!
Tho I wish this same author could make a N4 deck too :(... The ones I find are baaad. Full of errors (-looking at u, Nihongoshark jlpt decks)
- audios with every vocabulary
That could made the deck even greater:
- sample sentence to each vocabulary would be fine
- Kanji are not written at all, Kanjis with Furagana would be better
Well, the deck has the promised content. I cannot even think how much effort goes into such a think and thus I'd like to thank you for this.
I know knowing and starting to recognise all these kanjis have a lot of advantages. But, as I am practising for JLPT N5, and this deck focuses on the same. Its a little bit easier with all the kanjis which are not part of JLPT N5.
Although I think its a great deck and thank you for putting all the effort in making it. Keep up the good work. :)
I used this deck to prepare for the JLPT N5 test. I had a look at a few decks, and this was the one I liked best. In contrast to the last reviewer, I really appreciated having even those kanji which are not required for this level of the test.
A handful of kanji not part of the level 5 tests I knew from my Japanese class, a few more I recognised from "remembering the Kanji", and others I have learned in the month since I did the test (and am happy everytime I recognise a new one when the cards from this deck pop up from revision)..., and those I don't know I can always ignore.
I configured my cards so that both kanji in large and furigana in small font are shown on the question card.
Here is the thing I don't understand about some of these JLPT lists. If I am going to write the JLPT N5 test, chances are that my knowledge of Kanji is around the 103 characters required by the test. This means any characters that are NOT on the test should NOT be drilled. 方 and 青 (and many others) should be replaced by Hiragana or accompanied by Furigana. My main focus would on the vocabulary and the Kanji that will be on the test.
Despite all the efforts put into the deck, the focus on everything Kanji make this deck meaningless.