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Drill & Drill - Nihongo noryoku shiken N4 - (enthält CD)

EAN: 9784896894974

ISBN: 978-4-89689-497-4 // ISBN: 9784896894974
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019
Verlag: Unicom
Seitenzahl: 103 (simulierter Test) + 79 (Lösungen)
Sprachen: Japanisch, Englisch
Herkunftsland: Japan

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(1) There are many questions.
The book contains many practice questions for enabling students studying for the new Japanese Language Proficiency Test to master. The path to success is to attempt as many questions as possible. Studying with this book, you can set your sights on passing.

(2) It is possible to advance gradually in sections.
To enable you to progress little by little, the three sets of questions are divided into 10-15 sessions. You can start anywhere, but you should gauge your current ability for each session by writing your score in the score section at the top right of the page. Once you have finished, go back to the beginning and start again. It is important that you ensure you don’t make the same mistakes again.

(3) Easily understandable explanations are included.
The separate volume contains answers and explanations of questions (hints and solutions). If you do not like studying much should check the correct answers and read the explanations for the questions you got wrong. If you like studying, you should carefully read the explanations for the questions you got right if you were unsure of the answer. Reading the explanations will greatly improve your understanding.

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Drill & Drill - Nihongo noryoku shiken N4 - (enthält CD)

ISBN: 978-4-89689-497-4 // ISBN: 9784896894974
Erscheinungsjahr: 2019
Verlag: Unicom
Seitenzahl: 103 (simulierter Test) + 79 (Lösungen)
Sprachen: Japanisch, Englisch
Herkunftsland: Japan

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