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トライ! 日本語能力試験 N5 文法から伸ばす日本語 改訂版, 426 g

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£19.99

5 / 5

66 review

日本語能力試験(JLPT)N5の準備は、この1冊で十分です。 このオールインワンのテキストブックには、文法レッスン、サンプルテキスト レビュー 聴解練習のためのCD、練習問題 聞き取り練習 スクリプトを含む教科書。無料でダウンロードできるボキャブラリーリストの公式ウェブサイトにアクセスすることができるようになっています。 JLPT合格間違いなし!

ISBN:978-4-87217-900-2

ITEM ID: #10115

背景

Made to highly recognise Japanese ability in all areas from reading, to writing and spoken language, the Japanese Language Proficiency Test is a great qualification to gauge and acknowledge your own Japanese capability. With 5 qualifications, raising from beginner N5 to native N1 level, they are awarded for increasing comprehension of the language through multiple-choice exams and are regularly regarded by schools and employers as a key point to finding you a suitable course or career. Held in both July and December across countries worldwide, if you're looking to make Japanese one of your vital career and lifestyle skills, pick up our informative range of JLPT mock question and study books here at japancentre.com, and get learning towards earning these invaluable qualifications.  

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REVIEWS

6 review
17-01-2019
As described, I haven't used the book extensively yet but from what I've read and seen it seems great and will help my learning progress.
21-08-2019
Using this to pass N5. Highly recommended - progresses in easy steps. CD included, plus audio download if needed. Perfect.
04-09-2019
Looks good. Can't wait to read it
23-09-2019
Good
30-10-2019
Good
10-06-2020
I purchased this book to fill in my knowledge gaps after studying ** at GCSE and then transitioning into JLPT. I love the way Try! is set out and the content is great! These textbooks don’t cover Kanji needed for the JLPT however which is a shame. But of course there is S?-matome for that! It’s just a shame that absolutely everything isn’t in one place for people such as myself who can’t necessarily afford to pay for extra books.