JLPT N1 Pre-noun Adjectival List (連体詞 rentaishi)

JLPT N1 Pre-noun Adjectival List (連体詞 rentaishi)

This is a complete JLPT N2 list of every advancedJapanese pre-noun adjectival you must know.

Japanese pre-noun adjectivals, 連体詞 (rentaishi), are Adjectives occurring before nouns and not in a predicative position.

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JLPT N1 Pre-noun Adjectival Complete Study Guide

#RomajiJapaneseGrammar MeaningLevel
1 akuru next (day, morning, etc.); following N1
2 honno mere; only; just; slight​ N1
3 ikanaru any kind of; every; whatsoever; whatever N1
4 jitsu no true; real; blood-related; biological (father, etc.) N1
5 omonaru main; principal; important N1

Total JLPT N1 Pre-noun Adjectival Lessons (5)

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