JLPT Resources

These are JLPT resources to help you to communicate with your Japanese co-workers and to make you a better-qualified ALT. Hence, giving the importance and beneficial merits of having a team-teaching program in Japanese schools.  Feel free to use these for your professional (and personal) development. All courses have audio!

If you like these, please consider making a $1 monthly donation. But, bear in mind that if you use the team-teaching resources as well, the monthly donation will be a bit higher. Remember to "give and take"!

JLPT N1

JLPT N2

JLPT N3

JLPT N4

JLPT N5

JLPT N5


JLPT N1

JLPT N2

JLPT N3

JLPT N4

JLPT N5

JLPT N5

Memory:

JLPT N1 KanjiJLPT N2 KanjiJLPT N3 Kanji | JLPT N4 Kanji | JLPT N5 Kanji
(Typing, Multi-choice, Smart, Flashcards, Speaking, Listening, Speaking & Listening, Test, Practice)


Try the Kanji Flashcards, Kanji Quizzer and RTKFinder web-based app to test your hiragana, katakana, and kanji. From JLPT N5 to JLPT N1! For Kanji practice, try the KanjiLab web-based app. If you need to work on your conjugation, use this Japanese Conjugation Practice web-based app.

If you want more Japanese resources, check out Imabi: Beginner 1 | Beginner 2 | Intermediate 1 | Intermediate 2 | Advance 1 | Advance 2
For a more animated version, check out Marshall's site.

Japan Foundation: Irodori Japanese for Life in Japan - Elementary 1 | Elementary 2 & Todoku - E-book Reading Materials
Check out Japan Foundation: Marugoto e-Learning and their download materials.

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