Grammar Reference

When I do not understand grammar, I do not know where to look it up.  This leads me to go wandering the wild internet in search of answers.

grammar_site

Korean Grammar Plus is one such site.  I “liked” their Facebook page, but I admit there are so many ads on the website that I find it difficult to use.  Still … way to make grammar flashcards look pretty!

There are other sites that I use for grammar reference.  Many have been mentioned in earlier posts.  Of course, Wikipedia and Wikitionary are sources I use.

KoreanGrammarInUseI tend to run to my bookshelf for “Korean Grammar in Use” or “Mastering Conversational Korean”.
Korean Grammar Dictionary
KoreanGrammarDictionary

Talk To Me In Korean

ttmik

Wikibooks Korean Grammar
wikibooks

K-maru

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Of course, if it is related to English grammar, I am happy to visit Grammaropolis and Oxford Dictionary among others.

What do you use for Korean grammar reference?

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One Response to Grammar Reference

  1. So you do know where to look up. I have a Korean grammar dictionary written in simple Japanese as a reference. I think internet is convenient but books are more reliable and trustworthy. I use both.

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