Japanese Language Proficiency Test Answer Sheet 1996 4kyuu Moji Goi Part 2

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1996 4級

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日本語能力試験

問題II_____のことばはどうかきますか。1234からいちばんいいものをひとつえらびなさい。 Part I How to write the underlined part. Please choose one best answer from 1 2 3 4

1.ぽけっとにはんかちをいれました 。

Romaji : Poketto ni hankachi wo iremashita.

Meaning : (I) inserted a handkerchief in (my) pocket.

1.ぽけっと    1.ポクット 2.ポケット 3.オクット 4.オケッと

Answer : 2

The correct answer is the second option. Since it is derived from English language which is a foreign language, katakana letter is used in Japanese language to write down the word. The first option is spelled as pokutto which is the correct answer, the rest of the answer are just false answers, the first option is spelled as pokutto, the third option is spelled as okutto and the last option is spelled as oketto.

2.はんかち     1.ルンカチ 2.ルソカチ 3.ハンカチ 4.ハソカチ

Answer :3

The correct answer is in the third option. As shown from the previous question, this question is also providing an English word and as a foreign language will be written in Japanese language it is written in Katakana letter. The correct answer is in the third option which is spelled as ‘hankachi’. The other options are falsely-written katakana words, the first option is spelled as ‘runkachi’. The second option is spelled as ‘rusokashi’. The last option, the fourth option is spelled as ‘hasokachi’.

3.いれました   1.八れました 2.メれました  3.人れました 4.入れました

Answer : 4

The correct answer is in the fourth option. The other options are just falsely written kanji letter which is made to deceived since all of the kanji in all of options have similar patterns.

The first option, 八 is spelled as hachi which means eight or a kanji letter which symbolizes as eight or number eight.

The second option, メ is actually a katakana letter which is spelled as me.

The third option, 人 is a kanji letter which symbolizes person which is spelled as hito, jin.

2.すいようびはがっこうでおべんとうをたべます。

Romaji : Suiyoubi wa gakkou de obentou wo tabemasu.

Meaning : Wednesday (I) eat Japanese box lunch at school

1.すいようび   1.不よう日 2.氷よう日 3.未よう日 4.水よう日

Answer : 4

The correct answer is in the fourth option. The other options are just a false written kanji.

The first option, 不 is spelled as ‘fu’ which is a negative prefix and it is translated as un or non for an example :

First example

Kanji      : 不 + 便

Hiragana    : ふ + べん

Romaji      : fu + ben

Meaning     : inconvenience

The second kanji in the second example, ben (便・べん) itself when it is written standalone can be translated as practical, convenience. By adding a negative prefix fu (不・ふ), the meaning becomes inconvenience.

Second example

Kanji       : 不 + 可能

Hiragana    : ふ + かのう

Romaji      : fu + kanou

Meaning     : impossible

The second kanji in the second example, kanou (可能・かのう) itself when it is written standalone can be translated as possible. By adding a negative prefix fu (不・ふ), the meaning becomes impossible.

The second option is a kanji letter which is spelled as koori. It means ice.

The third option is also a kanji letter which is a negative prefix which is spelled as ‘mi’. It is translated as ‘un’ for an example :

First example

Kanji      : 未払い

Hiragana    : みはらい

Romaji      : miharai

Meaning     : unpaid

The second kanji, harai is actually derived from the verb harau (払う・はらう)which means to pay. By adding a negative prefixes mi (未・み), the meaning becomes unpaid.

Second example

Kanji       : 未来

Hiragana    : みらい

Romaji      : mirai

Meaning     : future

The second kanji, rai is actually can be translated as next. By adding prefixes mi (未・み), the meaning becomes future.

2.がっこう    1.学校   2.党校 3.学坑 4.党坑

Answer : 1

The correct answer is in the first option. It is spelled as gakkou and it is translated as school. There isn’t any kanji combination of kanji compound as shown in the second, third and fourth option.

3.たべます     1.倉べます 2.食べます 3.庫べます 4.良いべます

Answer : 2

The right answer is in the second option. It is derived from verb食う which is translated as to eat. The other options are falsely written kanji which is made to deceive on choosing the right answer.

3.わたしはきたのくにでうまれました。

Romaji : Watashi wa kita no kuni de umaremashita.

Meaning : I was born in the north country.

1.きた         1.非 2.北 3.化   4.比

Answer : 2

The right answer is in the second option. It is spelled as ‘kita’ and translated as north.

The first option, 非 is a negative prefix which is spelled as ‘hi’ and translated as un or non. For an example :

Kanji      : 非常

Hiragana   : ひじょう

Romaji     : hijyou

Meaning    : unusual

The second kanji letter, 常is actually translated as usual state of things and is spelled as tsune. By adding it a negative prefix in front of this kanji letter which is spelled as ‘hi’ (非・ひ), it is translated as unusual.

2.うまれました1.生まれました   2.主まれました     3.佳まれました   4.住まれました

Answer : 1

The true answer is in the first option. The other options are just  similarly written kanji which is made as answers to deceive.

4.ながいじかんでんしゃにのりました。

Romaji : nagai jikan densha ni norimashita

Meaning : I rode train for a long time.

1.ながい1.表い    2.長い    3。青い    4.凄い

Answer : 2

The answer is in the second option. The first option, 表い doesn’t exist as written kanji. The third option, 青いis spelled as aoi which means blue and the fourth option, 凄い is spelled as sugoi which can be translated as amazing,terrific.

2.でんしゃ     1.電車    2.電卓    3.雷車    4.雷卓

Answer : 1

The answer is in the first option. The second option is spelled as dentaku which means (electronic) calculator. The other options are just a falsely mistaken kanji compound as a deceiving answer.

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