jlpt n5 practice test 24

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jlpt n5 practice test 24. Hereby is 10 Question for members who are going to take the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test Level N5 .

Instruction :

After choosing the answers for all question, choose Quiz-Summary to view all the questions again

Click the questions not answered to choose the answer again (questions in blue are answered, questions still in white are not anwsered yet)

Click Finish Quiz to see the result.

Choose View Question to check the answer-key. Check the question which you chose the wrong answer to confirm the knowledge once again (answer in blue is the right answer.  answer in purple is the answer you chose but not correct).

Enter Name and email address and Capcha to add your score into LeaderBoard. Only best 20 scores are listed.

Current Top 10 – try to beat them 🙂 :

Leaderboard: JLPT N5 Grammar Test 24

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3 thoughts on “jlpt n5 practice test 24

  • 28/06/2021 at 3:30 pm
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    In this type of test question, I think we need all missing words (mixed) to be able to select which word goes to the place marked with a star. Can you correct it if you have time? I find your site very useful! Thank you!

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    • 30/06/2021 at 8:40 am
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      thanks for your comment Viki ! this type of quiz is just the same with question in JLPT exam. All missing words are in answer options. You need to order them to find the right order in the sentence, and then choose the option which in star positon

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  • 30/06/2021 at 5:54 pm
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    Hi, yes, I realized later, that this is the case 🙂 I have seen longer sentences so far in a test, having more stable words and missing only 3-4. Thanks for checking though!

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