Web CMJ (Nagoya University Grammar・Kanji)


Practice and review basic Japanese grammar and kanji with Japanese Grammar Online and Japanese Kanji Online offered by Nagoya University International Education and Exchange Center.

  • It's available in 18 languages(English, French, German, Indonesian, Khmer, Mongolian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Uzbek (Latin), Uzbek (Cyrillic), Vietnamese, Chinese (Simplified / Traditional), Korean).
  • You can take the quizzes without logging in. By logging in, you can keep a record of what you studied.
  • There are 20 quizzes each, for beginner grammar and kanji practice and review.

How to...

Start by selecting the subject (grammar or kanji) you want to study and your language.

Let's take a look at grammar first.

We'll try it using "GUEST" in the green frame above.
・Guest(You can try a quiz.)
・On your own(If you want to keep track of your what you studied, start here. You'll need to set your ID and password settings beforehand.)
・Class(This page is for class assignments.)

There are 20 lessons in all. You can find what the lesson covers in the Exercises listed under Contents.

All of the lessons come with choice questions asking if the grammar is correct, finish-the-sentence questions, and fill-in-the-blank questions.

You can check the answers for each question.

You can check the answers for each question.

Sample answers

Except for the either-or questions, you can respond as many times as you like, until you get the answer correct.

Enter your answers in hiragana or a mix of kanji and kana, or katakana for words written in katakana. Romaji doesn't seem to work.
Occasionally, the answer is marked wrong when entered in kanji but correct in hiragana.
If the answer is marked wrong, try changing the notation.

Now let's take a look at the kanji content.

You'll see a list of kanji to study.

You'll see a list of kanji to study.

※You can use the same ID and password as Grammar Online to log in.

You can practice and review basic kanji used in Japanese. It covers 300 kanji learned in the Japanese course for beginners.

All of the lessons come with fill-in-the-blank questions asking how to read the kanji. Type in your answers in hiragana.

Because you can try as many times as you need to, the site lets you work on problems carefully at your own pace.

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