JLPT N3 I-Adjectives List

This is a Japanese vocabulary list of い-adjective(s) you need to know in order to pass the JLPT N3.

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JLPT N3 vocabulary list
#い-adjectiveMeaning
1 hageshii

はげしい

violent; extreme; intense
2 umai

うまい

skillful; delicious
3 yoroshii

よろしい

(respectful) OK; all right

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*NOTE* This is not yet a complete list of all JLPT vocabulary lessons, and new lessons are being added every week.