You can now test your kana knowledge by typing entire kana words, rather than just individual characters.
The kana provided typically appear on the JLPT N5 (beginner level) and JLPT N4 (beginner-intermediate level) Japanese proficiency tests.
Access them on the Study tab.
- The hiragana words in these sets are not typically written using kanji in Japan.
- Speed mode is automatically disabled, since each word consists of multiple kana.
- Shortcuts (e.g. ‘si’ for し) are not supported when working with words.
- Word lists for JLPT N3–N1 will be added soon.