Here is a list of all of the current grammar lessons specific to the JLPT N4 level.
Each grammar lesson is arranged in English romaji alphabetical order. Click on the lesson link for detailed notes about grammar structure, how-to-use, conjugations, example sentences, interactive aids, and more.
*NOTE* This is not yet a complete list of every grammar concept that appears on the JLPT. New lessons are being added every week, but you can contact me or leave a comment below for lesson requests.
|Grammar Lesson||文法レッスン||Grammar Meaning|
|ato de||後で（あとで）||after; later|
|gari||がり||personality; tend to~; sensitivity towards~|
|garu; gatteiru||がる・がっている||to show signs of; to appear; to feel, to think|
|hazu da||はずだ||it must be; it should be (expectation)|
|hazu ga nai||はずがない||cannot be (impossible)|
|hitsuyou ga aru||必要がある（ひつようがある）||need to; it is necessary to|
|rareru||られる||able to do something / passive voice|
|saserareru||させられる||to be made to do something (passive causative)|
|saseru||させる||to make/let somebody do something|
|tagaru||たがる||want to do~ (third person)|
|to miete||とみえて||it seems that|
|you da||ようだ||appears / seems / looks as if|
|you ni/you na||ように/ような||like; as; similar to|
JLPT N4 grammar lessons count: (13)
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