Very useful for those who want to take JLPT N5

NIHONGO ICHIBAN

All verbs to pass the JLPT N5

This is the list of all verbs you need to know in order to pass the JLPT N5.  Click on the “Share” button at the end of the article and press the printer symbol in order to change to a printer friendly version.


Kanji Furigana Romaji Meaning Type
会う あう au to meet
開く あく aku to open
開ける あける akeru to open
あげる ageru to give
遊ぶ あそぶ asobu to play
浴びる あびる abiru to take a shower
洗う あらう arau to wash
有る ある aru to be, to exist
ある ある aru to possess
歩く あるく aruku to walk
言う いう iu to say, to tell
行く いく iku to go
いる iru need, must haven be required
いる iru to exist
入れる いれる ireru to insert, to put in
歌う うたう utau to sing
生まれる うまれる umareru to be born

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