Japanese quiz 1: Basic particle usage

By | February 11, 2019

This is the first of a new series of quizzes that will test your Japanese skills in various areas including grammar and vocabulary. While they will not specifically be targeting the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test), I think practicing these sorts of fundamentals will help those studying for the JLPT and similar tests of Japanese ability.

This new series will be using a new WordPress plugin that has some cool features, like the ability to get a hint by hovering over a specific area, and to add explanations for questions that were answered incorrectly. There will be fields to put in your name and email, but these are completely optional. The reason you might want to fill them in is because it will allow your records to be stored in a way they can be retrieved at a later date. (I am not sure where these will be displayed yet, but you can always send me an email and I will tell you all of your scores so far.)

This first quiz is about checking your knowledge of a few basic particles (を、で、に、は, etc.)

You can take the quiz here.

If you want more quizzes you can see Read & Answer, another series I am running that focuses more on reading a short passage and answering related questions. You can see the posts here (ten at the time of posting).

If you have any requests for quizzes about a certain topic, please let me know in the comments.

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