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Online Japanese JLPT N5 Course (All 15 lessons)

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日本語能力試験N5対応教材 (JLPT N5 Level Elementary Japanese Study Course)

12 reviews for Online Japanese JLPT N5 Course (All 15 lessons)

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  1. Maria

    Me gusta mucho el curso, muy completo. Lo único que cambiaria: las introducciones siempre el mismo discurso es un poco repetitivo… y en ocasiones va un poco lento. Pondría mas ejercicios con respuestas al final de revisión orientadas al JLPT Noken.

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  2. Hanizar AB

    This course is well-designed. The grammar and vocab items revolve around the skit which helps one to see how these items are used meaningfully in daily interactions. The teacher speaks slowly and explains the items well and even shares cultural anecdotes for us to understand the Japanese society.
    For those who struggle to understand the course and/or still in the beginning stages of learning, do take up the Beginners class. I signed up for this JLPT N5 in Dec 2020 with my very basic knowledge of Japanese thinking that I could breeze through it. How wrong I was! As I was (and still is) learning Japanese on my own without a tutor and not following a set of formal curriculum, I paused this course for a while and polished my hiragana and katakana. Then I memorised and practised the vocabulary in the lessons until I could remember it well. I spent like a month or so on each lesson and if there were any things I could not understand, I would pause and rewatch it later after 2 or 3 days and SURPRISE I could then understand it. My concern would be the lack of exercises to review one’s learning but other than that I am very satisfied with the structure of the course.
    Thank you Attain Online!

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  3. Fatimah Mohammed

    I have already studied N5 by myself before getting this course, but there are many things mentioned in this course which I didn’t know. It’s a really good course, but it would be even better if only Japanese talk in conversations.

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  4. Łukasz Pawełkiewicz

    All lessons are in the same form. There is a conversation, list of vocabulary and grammar and than explanation. Course is fine but you have to use some material else to do excercises and note grammar, words and kanji signs on your own. There is not enought exercises in course to make it the only source of knowledge, but theory is explained well enought.

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  5. Lim Rui Ting Ruth

    The vocabulary and grammar notes given are clear and informative.

    By the end of each lesson, I could understand the conversations without subtitles.

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  6. Richard You Shen Tan

    Easy to follow and the lesson timing suits me

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  7. Constanze Baur

    Good course, I love how it’s broken down into small segments with a quiz right after. I also appreciated the quiz at the end of each section.

    The translations of the sentences are a bit unnatural in English, I understand they are translated word-for-word from the Japanese structures, but it makes them harder to remember. A more natural English translation would be helpful.

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  8. Jose Jaime Felix II O. Garcia

    I just passed the N5 exam this Dec 2022 and this course is my main material. But this course is not enough. It might cover what you need to pass the exam, but not get a high score. I think buying mock exams and my usage of nihongo vocabs apps (mochi mochi) / (anki) is still a must.

    I hope they would cover more similar to the full book of minna no nihongo.

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  9. Carol

    Well organized learning materials, very helpful!

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  10. Anna-Lena Flitta

    As I just want to repeat the grammar, this course is very well suited for me. However, I think it is not ideal for people who want to study Japanese from scratch. Some things are not explained in detail (like the meaning of the different verb forms) and the kanji are not taught, but required in the quizzes. They do appear in the Vocabulary lists, but you would also need the readings and stroke order. So, if you already know some Japanese and can study well on your own, this course is for you. If you need slower/more thorough explanations, this might not be for you.

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  11. Byron Leboe

    Quiz 32 question #2 says 12 months minus 4 months is 9 months? Is this correct?
    byronleboe@gmail.com

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  12. Stefano Giovannini

    A great course, useful to prepare JLPT N5. Lessons are well-structured and clearly explained. The only thing that I think should be added is a section about phonetics, i.e., how to properly pronounce words and phrases according to their pitches. However, this would be a bonus feature, since it is not required by the JLPT. Certainly having more practising occasions througout the course would also be useful, but this is hardly achievable via the pre-recorded online format. So this also cannot count as a significant defect. In conclusion, the course is excellent for the money it costs, and independently from that can be a good preparation tool for the JLPT N5.

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