The first part provides a thorough introduction to what you need to know before preparing for your exam. In contrast, the second and third parts focus on practice, with exercises approaching the subject from different angles.
Would you like to reach an intermediate level in Japanese grammar? If so, this book is for you.
Shin Kanzen Master: JLPT N3 Grammar is divided into three main parts. The first part introduces everything you need to know before preparing for your exam. From the second part onwards, the content of the pages focuses on practice. You will find exercises that approach the subject from two different angles: semantic functions and forms and methods for distinguishing grammatical structures that are exceptions or may cause problems during the exam.
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Questions in JLPT format: This book is perfect preparation for the JLPT and will help you study in style. With its question-and-answer format, it's easy to follow along with what’s going on while also getting some extra studying done at your own pace! The types of questions that are asked throughout each chapter mimic those found within actual tests, so there isn't any confusion or guessing required - just read through these pages until all answers have been addressed before moving on to future drills/exercises inside.
Explanations + Practice: You will be challenged to choose the correct grammar structure and word form based on what you just learned. You'll also have access to a variety of explanations, example sentences that help clarify any confusion, as well as questions for practice!
A mock test: This book includes a full-length practice test that will help you master everything covered in this guide. The questions use the same format as on actual examinations, so it's easy to know what response is expected from each question!