[Machine Translation] N1 measures up to a slightly higher level than Level 1 of the exam. The passing line is almost the same as that of Level 1 of the old exam. [Features] /"Character/Vocabulary" is divided into two books, "Kanji" and "Vocabulary," for ease of learning. In "Kanji", you can study "Kanji Vocabulary" at the same time. /By studying "Kanji", "Vocabulary" and "Grammar", students can acquire the language knowledge necessary for entrance exams (including "Reading Comprehension" and "Listening Comprehension"). Kanji learning is based on the displays you see on the street, and other practical and operational skills are also emphasized. Vocabulary and expressions commonly used in daily life, "compound words," "onomatopoeic and mimetic words," "katakana words," and "spoken language," which were not covered much in the previous test, are also actively covered. /In the exercises, questions that reflect the new question format (grammar: "word rearrangement", "sentence grammar", vocabulary: "word formation", etc.) have been included. Other Features: Familiar themes and fun illustrations to promote learning. Translation into three languages (English, Chinese, and Korean) allows for self-study. Easy-to-learn layout with a two-page spread for each topic. In 6 to 8 weeks of study per book, students will be able to complete the minimum required content for the exam.