JLPT N5 Verbs Vocabulary List

This is a Japanese vocabulary list of Verb(s) you need to know in order to pass the JLPT N5.

Click on any of the words below to see the full vocabulary lesson, including example sentences.


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101 toru


to take a photo or record a film
102 toru


to take; to pick up; to harvest; to earn; to win; to choose
103 tsukareru


to get tired
104 tsukau


to use
105 tsukeru

to turn on
106 tsuku


to arrive at
107 tsukuru


to make
108 tsutomeru


to work for someone
109 umareru


to be born
110 uru


to sell
111 utau


to sing
112 wakaru


to understand; to comprehend; to grasp; to see; to get; to follow
113 wasureru


to forget
114 wataru


to go across
115 watasu


to hand over
116 yaru

to do
117 yasumu


to be absent; to take a day off; to rest
118 yobu


to call out, to invite
119 yomu


to read; to guess; to predict; to read (someone's thoughts)

JLPT N5 vocab List total: (119)

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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.