Monthly Archives: January 2015
人 person 인 Once you see Chineasy’s walking person animation, remembering person is 人 is easy. Notice that 人 has two strokes. A down-left stroke and a down-right stroke.
Judith Meyer is one of the 90 participants in the #ADD1Challenge #A1C5 . She is a polyglot with 12 languages “under her belt”. I enjoy reading her blog articles. Check out this Hangout session.
How to turn games into lessons? For play to be an effective teaching tool, students must understand the lesson being delivered and be able to relate it to their own life experiences. At the end of every game do a three-step process: … Continue reading
FLYLady wrote a great article about Running on Empty. It is more than just whether there is gas in your tank. It is about whether your routines, schedules, and plans support smooth running so that you can have time to … Continue reading
I have trouble with e-books. I forget they exist. I can’t see them well enough on my iPod or phone. I haven’t yet gotten my nook e-reader or tablets working to use those for reading e-books. So purchasing e-books with … Continue reading
“Things may be tough and you may be weary, but they will soon pass and you’ll have your moment.” A bit of encouragement (격려) from the Korean calligrapher KANG Byung-in. Oppa Ryan gave me link to Korean calligraphy examples. … Continue reading
I have not yet worked up the courage to try Hanja calligraphy. I thought I would start with the number one 一. It is just one line. How hard could that be? Only, I simply do not know where to start. … Continue reading
Originally posted on Loving Korean | Boyfriend in Korea:
By Samuraijohnny (originally posted to Flickr as Korean Calligraphy) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons Korean calligraphy is an art of writing Hangul and Hanja. Unlike Western calligraphy, which is written with…
Dialects of American English See also my post Regional Dialects in New England and the Boston accent.
Now I even look at Hollywood films as sources for my flashcard addiction.
Thanks to Alina who thought I might be interested in this Korean board game. It’s not learning, it’s just having fun!
Some more flashcards from Mr Baek episode 11.
FLYLady reminded me that Sunday is Renew Your Spirit Day. I know how hard it is for you to slow down. Your mission today is to sit quietly and practice slowing down your thoughts. This is all about you and … Continue reading
十 ten 10 십 Notice that 十 has both a horizontal and vertical stroke. How would you write 20? 二十 (2 tens) How about thirty? 三十 Well, isn’t that clever? Note one more thing. This character 十 has two strokes. … Continue reading