Part II How to write the underlined part. Please choose one best answer from 1 2 3 4
１．その かめらは すこし たかいです。
Romaji : Sono kamera wa sukoshi takai desu.
Meaning : That camera is a little bit expensive.
１．すこし１．示し ２．小い ３．少し４．不し
Answer : 3
The right answer is the third option which means a little bit, a few, small amount. The first option is actually ends with し(shi), but for the overall spelling the correct spelling is shimeshi which means discipline, revelation. The second option is a kanji letter which is spelled as chikkoi which means very small (has an implicit pejorative meaning). The fourth option is can actually be a standing alone kanji which is functioning as a negative prefix for an example fuan. It is written as ふあん（不安）which means uneasy (the anxious feeling), fuman. It is written as ふまん（不満）which means unsatisfy (displeasure).
Answer : 2
The right answer is the second option which means expensive. The first one is spelled as nagai which means long. The third option is spelled as ooi which means many or numerous. And the last one, the fourth option is spelled as yasui which means cheap.
２．ドアの みぎに でんきに すいっちが あります。
Romaji: Doa no migi ni denki ni suicchi ga arimasu.
Meaning: There is an electric switch in the right of the door.
１．みぎ １．右 ２．石 ３．後 ４．戸
Answer : 1
The right answer is the first option which means right. The second option is spelled as ishi which means stone. The third option is spelled as ato which means after, later on. The fourth option is spelled as to which means door, entrance to a home.
２．でんき １．電気 ２．天気 ３．電器 ４．電機
Answer : 1
The right answer for the above sentence for a suitable meaning is the first option. The first option means electricity. The second option is spelled as tenki that means weather. The third option is also spelled as denki but it is actually refer to the electric (goods). The last option is also spelled as denki but it is referring to electrical machinery, electrical appliances.
３．すいっち １．スイッテ ２．ネイッテ ３．スイッチ ４．ヌイッチ
Answer : 3
The right answer is the third answer. It is using katakana letter to be written since the word itself is derived from english word switch. All the other options are katakana letters with the wrong pronunciation. The first option is spelled as suite. The second option is spelled as neitte. And the last one is the fourth option is spelled nuicchi.
３．いつも ここで しんぶんを かいます。
Romaji : Itsumo kokode shinbun wo kaimasu.
Meaning : (I) always buy newspaper here.
１．しんぶん １．新文 ２．新分 ３．新聞 ４．新本
Answer : ３
The right answer for this question is the third option. It is spelled as shinbun which means newspaper. The other option has a similar pronunciation but it is falsely written. The kanji which is being given as the answer for the above question is a jukugo (kanji compound). It is a combination of several kanji that produces another kanji with a new meaning.
The first option although it can be literally spelled as shinbun, there is no such meaning for that kanji combination. The first letter of kanji 新 is spelled as shin which means new, the latter one 文 is actually can be spelled as bun in an independent for that kanji itself without have to be combined with another kanji. The kanji itself means sentence, text when it is used stand-alone.
The second option is spelled as shinbu. And the last one, the fourth option is spelled as shinhon or shinbon.
２．か １．員 ２．貿 ３．貸 ４． 買
Answer : 4
The right answer is the fourth option, it is actually written as 買う which means to buy. All of the options have the same form to option with the correct answer. The first option, 員 is a kanji which is spelled as in and it means member. The second option, 貿is spelled as bou which means trade. The third option, 貸 is actually used to express verb kasu 貸す which means to lend, to loan.
４．らいげつの むいかに ともだちが きます。
Romaji : Raigetsu no muika ni tomodachi ga kimasu.
Meaning: (My) friend is coming at 6th next month.
１．むいか１．八日 ２．九日 ３．三日 ４．四日
Answer : 2
All of the answers are related to date name in Japanese language. The first option is spelled as youka which means the 8th day of month. The third option is spelled as mikka which means 3rd day of month. The fourth option is spelled as yokka which means as the 4th day of month.
２．き１．来 ２．木 ３．気 ４．行
Answer : 1
The right answer is the first one and it is a verb derived from kuru (来る) which means to come. The second option is spelled as ki which means tree and is a noun. The third option is also spelled as ki but the meaning which means spirit, mind or heart. The fourth option is spelled as kou which means going, travelling.