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How to get started learning Korean!
Learn the Alphabet The first step in your Korean studies should be learning the writing system. Romanization isn’t very accurate so not only will you mispronounce words, you won’t be able to understand them when spoken either. Do not worry though! Hangul is considered one of the easiest alphabets to learn. It was designed toContinue reading “How to get started learning Korean!”
How to write 좋 / fitting 좋 in the lines
Basically, make the ㅈ really wide and squeeze it as high up as you can, leaving room for your ㅗㅎ . Then you just have to get used to making your ㅎ really small. It gets easier with time 🙂 Hope this helped!
The Sticky Note Study Method
There’s two things that I mainly do, now. I’m at the point where I really just need to focus on vocab, so I put up sticky notes and write my new vocab on white boards.
Should I Study Hanja?
WHAT IS HANJA Before Korea had a writing system, they used Chinese characters. This is why it is usually scientific/educational type words that have a native Korean AND a Chinese based word. The Chinese based word is used in science/school/more formal type contexts while the native Korean word is most often used in a typicalContinue reading “Should I Study Hanja?”
sayspeaking.com is a website that offers korean tutoring. In my opinion it is too pricy, but overall I had a good experience. I am pleased to see that they fixed the website so it now works on portrait mode. The tutoring sessions last for 55 minutes and are done by video call. The tutor typesContinue reading “Say Speaking”
Making Time (study tip)
Video version https://youtu.be/-Ip7b6c_W_Y It can seem pointless when you only have a few minutes to spare each day… but if you use your time wisely you WILL see progress. Slow progress is progress, so don’t be discouraged^^ NEVER EVER compare yourself to others. Everyone has different experiences and others may have more time than you.Continue reading “Making Time (study tip)”