What is N4 exam?

The N4 Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) measures basic levels of language proficiency. It is the second easiest exam after N5, and it tests reading, and listening abilities of Japanese learned primarily at the beginner and intermediate level.

Is JLPT N4 difficult?

The JLPT has five levels: N1, N2, N3, N4 and N5. The easiest level is N5 and the most difficult level is N1. N4 and N5 measure the level of understanding of basic Japanese mainly learned in class.

How long does it take to study for N4?

Study Hours Needed for N4: For students with kanji knowledge, it takes 550 hours. If you are a non-native english speaker – that is about the same as studying to improve your TOEIC score from 500 to 700. For other students it’s 787 hours. With this amount of time, you can become a Train driver in Japan.

How can I pass N4 exam?

For the N4 Exam, a passing score is anything above an overall score of 90 points. However, in addition to meeting the overall score of 90 points, you must also meet sectional pass marks of 38 points in the Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) and Reading Section and 19 points in the Listening Section.

Is Japanese harder than Korean?

Conclusion. In terms of difficulty, I think Japanese and Korean are at about the same level. Some parts are harder for Korean while other parts are harder for Japanese. However, considering the larger number of sounds and the different particles in Korean, Japanese is definitely the easier language to start in.

Is N4 enough to live in Japan?

N5 and N4 are not really considered sufficient for working in Japan, but you might find a few jobs requiring at least N4 in the tourism focused industries such as at ski resorts. N3 is vaguely equated to simple conversational Japanese, and many restaurant jobs will set this as a benchmark.

Can I pass N4 in 3 months?

Short answer: No. Long answer: Tests for all levels are conducted at the same time so it will not be possible to attend both tests on the same day. But why appear for N5 if you are ready with N4 preparation?

Is N4 easier than N5?

N4 has complex grammar than N5. On a general level both N4 and N5 has basic japanese, just N4 has more advance vocabs and grammar which will make easy to understand basic japanese.

What should I study for N4?

The N4 is the second level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). To pass the N4, you will need to know about 300 kanji and about 1,500 vocabulary words. The N5 and N4 tests can be useful as a way to describe one’s level of study to prospective classes or teachers.

Can you pass JLPT N4 6 months?

6 months is about 180 days. JLPT says N4 is about 575~1000 hours which I think is a bit on the high side. I would say less from my experience so lets just go with the lowest amount with is 575. 575 hours in about 180 days is about 3 hours 20 minutes a day.

Which is the easiest language to learn?

English. It’s the most widely spoken language in the world, making practice possible.

  • French. French has over 100 million native speakers and is – as the official language in 28 countries – spoken on almost every continent.
  • Spanish.
  • Italian.
  • Swahili.
  • What is the purpose of the N4 exam?

    According to The Japan Foundation, the goal of the N4 exam is to determine if: One is able to read and understand passages on familiar daily topics written in basic vocabulary and kanji. One is able to listen and comprehend conversations encountered in daily life and generally follow their contents, provided that they are spoken slowly.

    What is the Japanese language proficiency N4 exam?

    The Japanese Language Proficiency N4 Exam is the second exam in the series of tests to determine your proficiency in the Japanese language. According to The Japan Foundation, the goal of the N4 exam is to determine if:

    Are the grammar quizzes suitable for JLPT N4 level?

    The grammar quizzes were chosen to be suitable for N4 level. Incase you are not uncertain with your answer, you can review these grammar points in the JLPT N4 Grammar List [FLASHCARD].

    How do I use the JLPT N4?

    The JLPT N4 is divided into three sections, so it’s a good idea to take breaks in between these sections. Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.