Complete JLPT Grammar List

Japanese Grammar Database to Pass the JLPT

This is our complete JLPT grammar list for all of our Japanese grammar lessons from N5 to N1.

Each lesson is ranked according to appropriate JLPT grammar level and includes the meaning, translation notes, grammar structure, conjugations, example sentences, interactive aids and more.

You can also click on the level to see a list of grammar lessons for that level only.

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Japanese grammar list for all JLPT levels

#EnglishJapaneseGrammar MeaningLevel
1 [x] ga [x] nara, [y] mo [y] da like [father] like [son] (negative meaning) N1
2 ageku to end up; in the end; finally; after all~ N2
3 ageru to finish doing~ N3
4 aida while; during; between N4
5 aida ni while/during~ something happened N4
6 amari so much… that N3
7 amari ni mo too much; so much… that; excessively~ N3
8 amari~nai not very, not much~ N4
9 aruiwa or; either; maybe; perhaps; possibly~ N2
10 ato de after~; later N4
11 atte no which owes everything to N1
12 au do something together N3
13 ba conditional form; If [A] then [B] N4
14 ba ii should, can, it’d be good if~ N3
15 ba yokatta should have; would have been better if~ N3
16 ba~hodo the more… the more N3
17 ba~noni would have; should have; if only~ N3
18 baai wa in the event of; in the case that N4
19 bakari about, approximately~ N2
20 bakari only; nothing but~ N4
21 bakari da continue to (go in negative direction) N2
22 bakari de only; just (negative description) N3
23 bakari denaku not only.. but also; as well as~ N3
24 bakari ka not only.. but also; as well as~ N2
25 bakari ni simply because; on account of~ (negative result) N2

Total JLPT Japanese Grammar Lessons (2015)

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