This is a list of the vocabulary that you need to know in order to pass the JLPT N1. In total, you will need to have a vocabulary of about 10,000 words.
This list includes lessons for the most common and important words for you to know, all listed in alphabetical order.
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|Pre-noun adjectival||next (day, morning, etc.); following|
|Pre-noun adjectival||mere; only; just; slight|
|4||実の|| jitsu no|
|Pre-noun adjectival||true; real; blood-related; biological (father, etc.)|
|Noun||listening comprehension; hearing what others say|
|Noun, Verb, Suru verb||procurement; purchase; buying|
|Noun, Verb, Suru verb||buying and reading (book, magazine, etc.); subscribing (newspaper)|
|Noun, Verb, Suru verb||purchase; buy|
|Noun, Verb, Suru verb||retail|
|Noun||advance sale; booking|
|Pre-noun adjectival||main; principal; important|
|Noun, Verb, Suru verb||new building; new construction|
|Noun||new face; newcomer; rookie; fresh recruit|
|Noun, Verb, Suru verb||newly-wed; newly married|
|15||とんだ||tonda||Pre-noun adjectival, Adverb||unthinkable; unimaginable; very|
|Verb, Godan verb, Transitive verb||to put on the market; to put on sale; to begin selling|
JLPT N1 vocab List total: (17)
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JLPT N1 Study Guide
*NOTE* Officially, there are no kanji, vocabulary, or grammar lists for the JLPT. As a result, it is not possible to be certain which kanji, words, or grammar will or will not appear in a given test. Our study lists are based on prior test data and comparisons with other available lists of JLPT kanji, vocabulary, grammar, etc.