This is a complete list of the Japanese grammar rules needed to study for and pass the N4 Japanese Language Proficiency Test.
Although there is no official JLPT N4 grammar list, most grammar points that have been featured on previous tests are included in this list.
Each lesson is arranged in English romaji alphabetical order. In total, there are over 132 grammar lessons that you need to know in order to pass the N4.
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|#||Grammar Lesson||文法レッスン||Grammar Meaning|
|121||yasui||やすい||easy to; likely to; prone to; have a tendency to ~|
|122||yatto||やっと||at last; finally; barely; narrowly ~|
|123||yori||より||than; rather than; more than ~|
|124||yotei da||予定だ（よていだ）||plan to, intend to|
|125||you da||ようだ||appears; seems; looks as if ~|
|126||you ni / you na||ように / ような||like; as; similar to ~|
|127||you ni naru||ようになる||to reach the point that; to come to be that; to turn into ~|
|128||you ni suru||ようにする||to try to; to make sure that ~|
|129||you to omou||ようと思う（ようとおもう）||thinking of doing; planning to ~|
|130||zehi||ぜひ||by all means; certainly; definitely ~|
|131||zenzen~nai||全然～ない（ぜんぜん～ない）||(not) at all|
|132||zurai||づらい||difficult to do ~|
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