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Anyway, my question is, how exactly are these books best used? I first heard about Kanzen Master when I was attending a lecture from a person that went from zero Japanese knowledge to passing the N7 in ONE year. Therefore it is highly important that you thoroughly practice your Japanese reading comprehension, and the Kanzen Master reading N8 is a great textbook to help with that. You can definitely pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)! If you have ever asked yourself one or more of these questions, this book answers them for you. The guy that gave the lecture recommended to me the Kanzen Master N7 Grammar book. Or can they effectively be used simultaneously? I feel like those books really made taking both the n7 and n6 tests a lot smoother for me.

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I don t think the kanji is too bad for N8 and if you ve got a uni degree then you should certainly know all of them. ( December s N6 test ). The answer is simple. If your main goal is to pass N8 I recommend shin kanzen master. I m working with a tutor and she s left it to me to choose my study material which I actually prefer. Why would I? Thanks for uploading! After I passed the N8 test last December, I started studying for N7 in order to hopefully pass it in 7566. That is, grammar, kanji, vocabulary, reading and listening. For those that don t know, that is simply amazing and took an enormous amount of effort and dedication. The test is actually a lot harder. : ]Thanks for uploading! The textbook teaches you in the same style of questions and texts as the JLPT itself, so it is definitely a textbook that will prepare you for success! The New Kanzen Master series tends to be more difficult than the exam, especially their grammar books.   I went through the So-Matome N6 and books, as well as the New Kanzen Master and books. So I m using Tobira as my foundation for study then closer to the test going through Shin Kanzen to refresh the grammar and quiz myself. This book is probably the thickest N7 grammar book you can find.

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The N7 book had no English at all and I didn t know the majority of vocabulary words in the grammar sentence examples. Am I best to read and complete all of the Kanji book before moving onto the grammar book? Although the grammar you learn in this textbook will be important in other sections such reading and listening, you ll be tested on it specifically in the grammar section of the exam. R/LearnJapanese log in sign up Visit Old Reddit User account menu Posts 8 Posted by u/Drar 8 years ago Archived How to use Kanzen Master JLPT Books Hi all, so I finished my university degree last October in Japanese and am wanting to get back into studying so picked up the N8 JLPT Kanzen Master series (I realize I should be at a higher level, but wanted to re-review some of the simpler things first). Let s talk about the Kanzen Master series. They packed a lot of content into this thing. I was intimidated and somewhat lazy. Click to download box will come up when the timer goes to zero. Best top new controversial old q a [deleted] 8 points · 8 years ago When I studied for N8, I just bought the grammar book and worked through it, making short notes on each grammar point and then doing the tests at the end of each section. In addition, there are brief question sets on each grammar point, helping you keep up and test your progress along the way. I wasn t willing to work hard and bust my way through it. New Kanzen Master JLPT N8: Grammar as the name suggests is a practice book for the JLPT N8. Last year before taking the N6 for the second time, I had a 5 month plan that religiously stuck to. This is another grammar explanation book that is very informative yet also easy to follow. I ve only used n7 and n6 books as well but from my experience the grammar books from shin Kanzen master books explain the grammar points very well! And then I didn t look at it for about a year to a year and a half. I feel like the kanzen master gives pretty specific explanations on where to use x grammar point and when to not use them. Let s find out.

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Please help me. The next time I was on Amazon, I bought it and it came swiftly in the mail. The reading section of the JLPT takes up a large part of your time. Not quite proficient enough to be reading Japanese newspapers and books, meaning that textbooks are still the place to do most of your learning. 6: They always refer to the damn accompanying booklet every time they introduce new kanji, new vocabulary, new this, new that. After going to Kinokuniya and looking through the popular choices (Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese, Tobira, Sou Matome N8, Kanzen Master N8) I ve narrowed it down to Tobira and Kanzen Master since I like how Tobira seems more indepth than IAtAJ and has an online component. What I like about Tobira is that its a weekly style book like Genki in that I can do a chapter a week and it has many culture notes and practice examples available online so this would be a fairly natural transition from Genki II. This book focuses on grammar and sentence structures for intermediate students and explains the fine differences between similar structures and how to use them in a sentence correctly. If you want to brush up your grammar and be prepared for the JLPT N8 at the same time, this book is your solution. I can t download it. Right click on SL, open in new tab, click on slow download, download timer will appear.   But, this book seemed to be just about the right level, not easier, not harder. What I like about Kanzen Master is that it is a straight up JLPT prep book (at least N7 version, I suspect N8 is similar) so that would seem to be better for my main goal of passing N8, however I am worried that Kanzen Master doesn t explain grammar points enough. : ) Would you happen to have the N8 and N6 versions of these series as well? I personally use all of these on a daily basis and highly recommend them. The following books are recommended for those wishing to pass the JLPT N8 exam. This textbook will certainly prepare you for the exam, teaching you how to answer the JLPT questions intelligently and quickly. This text is intended for students entering the intermediate level who finished learning 855 kanji at N9 level. I m thinking of reviewing some of the points for N8 before attempting N7: )how to download the file on slingfile. The first 9 or 5 pages contains a brief overview of the 8 types of questions you ll see in the grammar section of the exam. But, it will not properly prepare you for the level of difficulty of the test. Prior to taking the JLPT N8, it is recommended that you allocate a lot of time to studying all areas that the JLPT tests you on. Also there tends to be a few grammar points that don t get covered by the textbook that are assumed to be on the test. What is the difference between the kun-yomi and the on-yomi? It is designed to allow you to learn kanji in the statement, and let you understand how it is used in the actual expression. It has explanations of grammar points in English as well as Japanese, with numerous examples of each point. The first book I bought was the, which was a pretty good introduction to the grammar and eased me into taking the test. I would say this textbook is great after you just pass N8 because the vocabulary used in it is not very difficult. I don t have no fucking booklet. That all changed after I started cramming vocabulary with and. It s well known for getting you ready for the JLPT, but is it really worth the hype? After a while, I knew a lot of vocaulary, and I had made it my goal to go after the N7 certification. Main reason I ask is because the books don t give any indication of x + y grammar points being required for Z reading text, etc. Would you happen to have the Shin Kanzen Master for N8 文法, YukiNezumi-san? Does every kanji have both a kun- and an on-yomi? Just that with the actual JLPT test some grammar that didn t show up on the book might show up on the test.

The New Kanzen Master textbook series is considered one of the best textbooks for studying for the JLPT.   It walks you through what to do to comprehend the reading passages well.   Some of the sections, like the ones that go over the business letters seemed laughably easy to me, but then again maybe that is because I have to read a lot of business letters and things at work and at home. The last book that I went through before my month of sword sharpening was the. It was not recommended on Amazon, I can t find it anywhere and it s not in the back of the book. I think the biggest issue that you might have is if your vocab isn t quite up to speed.

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Tobira has a lot of grammar points and things to read, whereas Shin Kanzen is basically just for quizzing and refreshing grammar points. TL DR: With a tutor is Tobira enough by itself for N8 (assuming proper review of grammar/vocab/kanji) or am I better off with a JLPT dedicated book like Kanzen Master?   I didn t do the N7 version of this book, but now, having finished the N6 level version, I wish I had. JLPT N8 covers the kind of middle ground of Japanese language. The grammar points are good general Japanese and I learned much more than I was actually tested on in the reading section itself. R/LearnJapanese log in sign up Visit Old Reddit User account menu Posts 68 Posted by u/EMChamp 7 years ago Archived N8 Textbooks: Tobira vs New Kanzen Master N8 I m trying to narrow down my list of textbooks after I finish Genki II. I managed to work my way through all 9 books that I wanted to get through in that time. This is because of the large amount of coverage they include, and because they follow a very similar style to the JLPT. Click on click to download and the download will start. I m using both. I m working through the n8 books now and have no problem studying them all at the same time. Dareka ga yarikata wo oshiete kudasai. What am I missing? You will learn 859 kanji at N8 level, and 88 kanji from previous levels with alternate reading in 75 chapters.   This is a pretty thick and useful book.   Instead of focusing on phrases and vocabulary, NKM focuses more on general reading skills and how to get the answer they are looking for. Best top new controversial old q a Remy685 8 points · 7 years ago I ve never seen a Tobira book in my life so I can t give an opinion on which is better. It provides specific practice for the JLPT questions and helps you improve your overall grammar skills. The book also explains the theoretical side of kanji. The only problem was is that it didn t get me all the way there. This is a revised version of the popular workbook Kanzen Master N8: Kanji. The book has essentially 9 major sections: a quick overview of the grammar part of the JLPT a grammar points reference test strategies and finally two mock tests. I m aiming for the N8 next year, but it doesn t hurt to look at some of the N7 stuff. The takes a different approach to the. The problem is I have not seen Kanzen master N8, only N7/N6 was available for some reason at the bookstore so I can only guess what Kanzen master N8 is like based on the other books and I haven t found a source to preview it online. Do I have to remember all readings?