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Teach Yourself Korean book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Bestselling language courses now with audio CDs! From Danis. Teach yourself Korean without a teacher or classes! Start with texts that you understand first, perhaps children's books, and move on to more difficult content. The books also incorporate a unique (and yes, revolutionary) approach to teaching Korean grammar, using targeted It's a very effective way to familiarize yourself with the sounds of the Korean language and memorize new elements!.

The transcript on the following page lets learners make an effort before reading the content, and is followed by practice exercises for maximum learning. Make sure to complement your textbook learning by using the audio CD.

Listing out vocabulary, their meaning and model sentences, this no-frills textbook helps you broaden your understanding of common Korean words. Targeting students preparing for the TOPIK, this textbook includes sample test questions which follow the format of the exam. If you plan on using this textbook, be sure to pair it with some real-world reading practice to make your learning more comprehensive. Comprised of 14 highly informative chapters centered around the basics of business administration marketing, economics, HR, etc.

Be sure to complement your textbook learning with some instructive Korean business podcasts and news shows. Head over to SBS and KBS for a vast selection of authentic segments on topical subjects to keep you current and informed.

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This makes memorizing vocab insanely easy!

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Access a complete interactive transcript of every video under the Dialogue tab, and easily review words and phrases from the video under Vocab. Review sessions use video context to help embed the words in your memory. The best part? Listing out vocabulary, their meaning and model sentences, this no-frills textbook helps you broaden your understanding of common Korean words. Targeting students preparing for the TOPIK, this textbook includes sample test questions which follow the format of the exam.

If you plan on using this textbook, be sure to pair it with some real-world reading practice to make your learning more comprehensive. Comprised of 14 highly informative chapters centered around the basics of business administration marketing, economics, HR, etc. Be sure to complement your textbook learning with some instructive Korean business podcasts and news shows. Head over to SBS and KBS for a vast selection of authentic segments on topical subjects to keep you current and informed.

FluentU is an online immersion platform that takes real-world videos —like movie trailers, music videos, inspiring talks, vlogs and more—and turns them into personalized language learning lessons. Each video comes with annotated subtitles. Just hover over a word to see its definition, part of speech, example sentences and an associated image.

This makes memorizing vocab insanely easy! Access a complete interactive transcript of every video under the Dialogue tab, and easily review words and phrases from the video under Vocab.

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Interested in sharing your language learning resource with our audience? Navigation Korean Language and Culture Blog. By evadumonteil. Having the right attitude is a definite must-have. Always stay positive, motivated and persevere no matter how huge the obstacles that one will come across in our learning journey. The same applies with discipline.

No matter how tempting an afternoon outing with friends are, stick to your schedule. I just bought it yesterday. There are 77 pages in all and it costs abt USD1.

I agree that translation work is really helpful! I feel really accomplished when I was translating all the kpop news two years back: Hi Shanna! I was kinda waiting for this beginning tips in your blog so thank you, thank you so much!

Have you found resources that would be a good reference for it? Any tips for learning it? Also, I love your Korean notebook pictures!

Do you dedicate particular color pen for something or is it just random? However, there are some verbs that have special honorific forms.

Most textbooks should cover it. Thank you for replying so fast! One last question: Where can I find Korean dramas with Korean subtitles? The examples I can think of off-hand are: But movies are more challenging compared to dramas when it comes to learning korean via them. I did learn Hangeul from Korean language sites. I was happy that I was able to learn and memorize it in a few hours.

I felt so proud of myself back then.

I always watch Korean shows and drama and I jot down all the sentences I hear. I was starting to learn some sentences and new words and I was so giddy about it.

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One week and I already gave up. I blamed the topic and subject particles. I also blamed school because when it started I no longer had the time to study Korean. Now that I finished school and have a lot of spare time, I decided to give it a go again. I really like your blog. It makes me want to work harder so I can be good in Korean like you too. Whenever I get a little bit discouraged or when I doubt that I will learn Korean by self studying, I just visit your blog and in an instant, I feel so inspired to continue learning Korean language.

I decided to create a blog so I can talk about my journey in learning Korean. I hope someday, I'll be as good as you. You really have two choices in those scenarios. You can ask a native speaker which may or may not be able to explain it enough to help you, since it is far easier to understand something than to attempt to explain it well to someone else or you can shrug and go on.

Also note the existence of both particles in this sentence. I understand what you mean. It really is easier to understand something than to explain it to someone. I have some friends who work as English teachers for Koreans here in the Philippines. They thought it would be easy to teach them since they predicted that it would be just like teaching a fellow Filipino how to speak English.

But they were wrong because most of their Korean students know only a little English. Some of them are even worse than Filipino 1st graders. It would have been a whole lot easier if they were teaching a fellow Filipino since they can just think of the Filipino equivalent of the word to explain.

There will also be times that asking a native Korean speaker the meaning of a word is not a good idea because some native speakers know limited English. Is it true that topic and subject particles can be interchangeable or it can only be interchangeable in some cases?

I kinda read a post in koreanclass In some cases they may be interchangeable without modifying the meaning, but it really depends on the context the Korean language is very context-dependent. Other times, the particle may be dropped entirely if the meaning is clear enough to make the particle optional quite common in speech, but much less so in writing.

I understand how you feel about school and other commitments taking up your time. My bad. I got so excited writing my comment earlier that I forgot to introduce myself.

Constant exposure to Korean language really helps. After watching some dramas and variety shows, I figured out how to conjugate verbs to past, present and future tenses way before I read about it in TTMIK.

I no longer stress too much on the topic and subject particles. But I still always take note of how those particles were used on sample sentences.

I really like your blog though.

That second correction is only true for some varieties of English most notably US English. That said, most spell checkers including the one on this site assume the US English spelling.

Thanks for posting this! I hope you can also blog how to self-study Korean for intermediate learners. If you already have, please disregard this comment. Thanks for all the tips! Checked out talktomeinkorean. I am trying to juggle between Korean and Japanese too. I believe Korean writers are brilliant! You are brilliant, too!

Hi Shanna, stumbled upon your blog and I am so glad to read all your reviews on different books and information and tips for self studying. I have taken classes in SG and Sogang before and am now embarking on my self study journey because after experiencing classes in Korea, nothing else compares in Sg lolol.

I am studying from Sogang textbooks currently, and am looking for another textbook source. Would you recommend Yonsei? After reading your reviews, I am considering Ehwa books too..

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Could you give me some advice? And also, where do you look for korean books that might interest you? I want to learn through reading, but not sure what books are good. Hi Jass! I think you can get the Yonsei reading series i loveeee them and for the textbook, perhaps Ewha or the newest SNU edition! As for Korean books, sometimes I would go to Kyobo site and check out their bestsellers haha. Would you recommend taking beginning classes first in person or go directly to resources?

And where would you start? I would recommend beginner classes first! Would be a good start! I just came from your book, and literally had to come comment just to say that English DOES have conjugation.

Also, you use English strangely. Excellent tips! There are dozens on youtube, many with hangul subtitles.

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Trying to memorize these and then maybe telling the story to your dog or cat is a great way to improve proficiency. What a nice article and site! Things look more promising now though. Btw, I came here when looking for answers to the exercises in the Integrated Korean textbooks also have workbook , do you have any such or know where one can find them?

Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. All Rights Reserved. How to self-study Korean for Beginners. I completed 2 levels basic 1 and basic 2 at SKS — which is equivalent to around 20 weeks of lessons and erm 80hrs for those who are interested in the numbers: To digress a little…..

What goals did you set up for your studying in the beginning?Reply Hangukdrama 15 March, at 7: What to do when you see a new word: The goal is to enable you to take the time to assimilate new content and to set up the right foundation for the future.

Now that you know what to do to learn Korean efficiently, all you need is to get started. FluentU takes real-world videos—like cartoons, news, vlogs, music videos and more—and turns them into personalized language lessons. Learners can use the Teach Yourself Language Courses at their own pace or as a supplement to formal courses. For fancy audio flashcards, you may want to check out the Learn with Oliver website. I find that doing translation work from Korean to English also helps me a lot in my studies.

All you need is a piece of paper, a pair of scissors and a pen!

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