Naver dictionary and I have come to an uneasy truce. I now understand the words for parts of speech. I have become familiar with the dictionary format layout. I have explored some of it’s different page views. I can use the Naver dictionary with some level of success.
The rest of Naver remains pretty much unexplored.
I want to use the “add to my vocabulary” feature. After all, if I look up a word, I probably want to learn that word, right? So I logged in to my Naver account.
I know somewhere in my travels on Naver, I have seen where that list of vocabulary is kept. Navigating Korean websites is still very difficult for me.
I have a Naver account. Someday, I will be able to use their email, calendar, task items, and memos. It seems like a good start to at least be able to store the names of my Korean contacts and put in my KDA and Tutor session on the calendar. However, a quick glance reminds me that my knowledge of Korean isn’t up to those kind of tasks yet.
Future “to do” item – learn how to put an item in on the calendar and send email. This would be a really good thing to ask my Korean friends about, once I have translated all the words on the page.
I never did find where that vocabulary list is. Hmm … back to studying, I get so easily lost in Naver! I was just trying to quick look up a word. 🙂 Haha. I laugh at myself every day.