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Infographic: JLPT N5 verb list part 1

This is a list of verbs you need to study for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test level N5.

Infographic: JLPT N5 Verb List part 1

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忘れる (わすれる): to forget

とにかくこのことは早く忘れて寝ちまおう。
tonikaku kono koto wa hayaku wasurete nechimaou.
Anyway, let’s forget about this and go to bed.

開ける ( あける ): to open

ドアを開ける前にノックぐらいしろよ.
doa o akeru mae ni nokku gurai shiro yo.
You should at least knock before opening the door.

答える (こたえる): to answer

答えたくなかったら答えないでください.
kotaetakunakattara kotaenaide kudasai.
Please don’t answer if you don’t want to.

話す ( はなす): to talk

どうしても山田に話しなくてはならないのだ.
dou shite mo yamada ni hanashinakute wa naranai no da.
I’ve got to talk to Yamada.

働く (はたらく): to work

新宿の近くで働いています.
shinjuku no chikaku de hataraite imasu.
I work near Shinjuku.


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走る ( はしる): to run

一人の男がプラットフォームを走って来るのが目についた.
hitori no otoko ga puratto foomu o hashitte kuru no ga me ni tsuita.
I saw a man running down the platform.

着る ( きる): to wear

あの赤いキモノを着ていたのは誰か?
ano akai kimono o kite ita no wa dare ka.
Who wore that scarlet kimono?

買う (かう): to buy

喉が渇いたから飲み物を買ってくる。
nodo ga kawaita kara nomimono o katte kuru.
I’m thirsty so I’ll go buy something to drink.

食べる ( たべる): to eat

物を食べてるときはおしゃべりしないこと.
mono o tabeteru toki wa oshaberi shinai koto.
Don’t talk while you’re eating.

曲がる (まがる): to turn

田中は右に曲がり、全力疾走した.
tanaka wa migi ni magari, zenryoku shissou shita.
Tanaka turned right and began to sprint in earnest.

頼む ( たのむ): to request

僕が彼女に誰にも言うなって頼んだんだ.
boku ga kanojo ni dare ni mo iu na tte tanondan da.
I asked her not to mention it to anybody.

習う (ならう): to learn

まだそこは習っていない.
mada soko wa naratte inai.
I haven’t learned that yet.

書く ( かく ): to write

その手紙に何が書いてあったか、わかりますか?
sono tegami ni nani ga kaite atta ka, wakarimasu ka.
Do you know what was in that letter?

飲む (のむ): to drink

もう十分飲んだと思うわ.
mou juubun nonda to omou wa.
I think you’ve had enough to drink.


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