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    I need a dictionary that shows me the JLPT level of a word just like Tagaini Jisho does, but it has to be on a website and not a program. It doesn’t matter if it shows anything aside from the JLPT level since that’s all I’m interested in. If any of you know of such a website, please link it here :)
    Thanks

    #41638

    Joel
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    Google it? =P

    Dunno if it’s any good, but a Google search for “JLPT dictionary” turned up http://www.jlptdictionary.com as the first result…

    #41651

    Finally you got to say that to me :P
    Thank you Joel, I did look around for it but couldn’t find it. I see now that it’s easy to find in the English google, but I was using the Japanese google ^^;

    #41652

    Joel
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    One might argue that people studying for a test in Japanese proficiency might not be proficient enough just yet to use the Japanese Google. Certainly not if they’re N5 or N4, in any case.

    #41653

    Using Japanese Google? Yeah, cause so many native Japanese people take JLPT…

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    missingno15
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    He probably means he set google to search for Japanese results instead of English and forgot it was like that

    #41655

    Apparently I need to clarify this…
    I use google in Danish, English and Japanese. They all have uses for me, since the different googles leave out search results/order differently. My browser default is Japanese so I tend to use that more than I should. When searching for this particular thing I just wrote in my address field and used that to search for the dictionary. The result from that didn’t show any helpful results, and I didn’t think about using the English one.

    You might say the Japanese dictionary hasn’t got any uses, but I use it for quite a few things – mostly related to 48G and 2ch though :P

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