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Kanji and Vocabulary

150+ JLPT Kanji N4 - Kanji by JLPT level for Japanese learners

Kanji N4 Lesson 15

Kanji made from picture 5 (animals)

Kanji N4 Lesson 16

Kanji made from picture 6 (plants)

Kanji N4 Lesson 17

Kanji for Adjectives 2

Kanji N4 Lesson 19

Kanji for Time 2

Kanji N4 Lesson 20

Kanji for human relationships 2

Kanji N4 Lesson 21

The common radicals 2 - Left

Kanji N4 Lesson 22

The common radicals 3 - Top, bottom

Kanji N4 Lesson 23

The common radicals 4 - Upper left, enclosure

Kanji N4 Lesson 24

The common radicals 5 - Lower left

Kanji N4 Lesson 26

Kanji carrying the meaning of "Movement"

Kanji N4 Lesson 29

Kanji for Verbs 3 (ーする Verb)

The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is a standardized test designed to evaluate and certify the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers. It is widely recognized and utilized for academic, professional, and personal purposes. The test measures language ability in five areas: vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension, listening, and Kanji knowledge.

The JLPT is divided into five levels, ranging from N5 (the easiest) to N1 (the most difficult).

Kanji N4 refers to the level of kanji required for the JLPT N4 level JLPT. The N4 level is considered to be an elementary level of proficiency in Japanese, slightly above the beginner level N5.

For this level, learners are typically expected to know about 300 kanji characters. These characters are more advanced than those required for N5 but still form the foundation for intermediate Japanese. They include those commonly used in daily life and basic reading materials, such as newspapers, books, and signs. Knowing N4 kanji allows learners to understand simple texts and conversations, making it possible to handle basic interactions in Japanese.

Here are some examples of Kanji N4:

学 (がく, gaku) - Study, learning

校 (こう, kō) - School

食 (しょく, shoku) - Eat, food

飲 (いん, in) - Drink

新 (しん, shin) - New

古 (こ, ko) - Old

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