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.
See our full study guide for how to pass the JLPT N1.
|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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*NOTE* This is not a complete list of every JLPT vocab yet.
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