➡️ How to read the eBooks in your bundle? You may need to follow the steps outlined in our eBook guide What is the JLPT? The Japanese Language Proficiency Test is a yearly (held twice a year in some countries) test for students of Japanese. It is a popular way to understand your Japanese abilities. You do not need to take the test to use the material in this bundle. It is suitable for any beginner (whether you will take the test or not) who has learned hiragana and very basic grammar. Who is this for? For Beginners of the Japanese language and those wanting to take level N5 of the JLPT. What does it include? This FOUR-eBook bundle includes all you need to pass the Vocabulary, Grammar, Reading, and Kanji sections of the JLPT N5 test. You also get ALL MP3s, PDFs, ePub, and Kindle Mobi files with this purchase. Note: This is not for the paperbacks, but you will get the exact same content in digital format. --- VOCABULARY Included at no extra charge are 1,445 MP3s of each Vocabulary and Example Sentence. The download link is found on the last page. NEW! Now includes a full Anki deck with all vocabulary and example sentences AND sound. If you use the free Anki flashcard system, you will find the deck included with the ebooks in this bundle for no extra charge!Japanese Vocabulary for JLPT N5 covers all the vocabulary needed to pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test level N5. This is the easiest of the test levels and is suitable for beginners who have mastered hiragana. BEGINNER LEVEL Over 1,400 MP3s MP3s both with individual vocabulary words and example sentences Bonus Chapter MP3s listening in order Chapter MP3s include the vocabulary word, each example sentence, and then the English translation [Designed to be listened to with or without the eBook] Includes PDF, ePub, and MOBI Kindle eBook formats Bonus: Also includes a PDF with boxes to practice writing kanji. Print any troublesome kanji for extra practice. Each kanji has furigana (small hiragana over the kanji) GRAMMAR Japanese Vocabulary for JLPT N5 covers the grammar needed to pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test level N5. This is the easiest of the test levels and is suitable for beginners who have mastered hiragana. BEGINNER LEVEL Download the sound files for every Japanese example sentence within. Link found on the last page. Explanations in plain English with several examples per grammar point. Most example sentences are broken down with a literal word-by-word translation to aid comprehension. Each kanji has furigana (small hiragana over the kanji) READING Are you a beginner in Japanese and would like to improve your reading comprehension? Taking the Japanese Language Proficiency Test is a great way to set a goal for yourself, and goals help with motivation. Motivation acted upon nearly always leads to success.Whether you are planning to take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N5 (the easiest level) or would just like to improve your reading ability, this book will help. KANJI Whether you are planning to take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N5 or just would like a solid start on learning kanji, this book will teach you the most useful kanji in an easy-to-understand way. Download the MP3s and the accompanying PDF for a complete learning system (included for no extra charge). There are about two thousand kanji needed to be literate in Japan. But in reality, knowing just a few hundred will give you the tools to read most anything, even if you may need to occasionally refer to a dictionary. This book will give you the most important of these characters. Very few foreigners have mastered kanji. Could you be one of them? Learn the most common readings, useful example jukugo (kanji combinations), and understand usage with an example sentence for each kanji. Best of all, download the 103 sound files from our server and listen while you learn. We are also including a PDF version in the download so you can optionally study from your computer as well. BEGINNER LEVEL 103 essential kanji as found on the JLPT N5 test FREE MP3s of all the readings and examples found in the book Mnemonic and helpful comments throughout Every kanji has its correct stroke order shown Each kanji has multiple examples and an example sentence showing usage We are now also including a PDF for kanji writing practice. Print any kanji lesson you need for extra writing practice. ありがとうございます--and here's to your Japanese!