Most Frequent Korean Words

I try to learn vocabulary.  Some words I meet, we introduce ourselves, we are friendly, I use it in a sentence or make a flashcard, and then I forget about the word.  Not so for the 1000 Most Frequently Used Korean Words list.  These are my BFF’s.  I visit them almost daily.  I hold them close to my heart.

Then I joined #ADD1Challenge.  I swore I would still keep studying my flashcards while adding the extra work for #ADD1Challenge, but I didn’t manage that.

I fell behind in the Memrise decks that I use.

I spent 2 days revisiting the 250 words I have learned on the Frequency list.  Then today, I wrote them all out by hand.  (Yellow are verbs, Red are nouns) creating 15 word flashcards.

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Writing out by hand seems to help me learn better than simply looking at wordmagnetic-poetrys on my phone.  I want to practice making sentences and see the connections between words.  I want to make crossword puzzles.  I want to play Scrabble.  I want to make magnets with the words.  I need hands-on.

I want to order, categorize, examine, and digest the words.  I needed to see the entire list.  Some day, I want to find time to compile an uberlist with all the words I have learned on it.  I have the Korean Digital Academy vocabulary, tutor’s vocabulary, tuttle’s flashcards for kids, Glossika vocabulary, words learned from language exchange partners, random words I’ve looked up, and more.  I need an Uberlist that brings all the words together.  For now, I focus simply on KDA vocabulary and 1000 Most Frequent words.

Check out Korean Vitamin’s article How to Memorize New Korean Words.  See my flashcards on the main menu.

 

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2 Responses to Most Frequent Korean Words

  1. This looks great. Maybe I’ll try write words on a piece of paper and stick it on my mirror. I remember there are people who draw illustrations to remember words, using colors and stickers.

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  2. Evita says:

    Having an uberlist is definitely nice. I keep mine in Anki so I always know which words I have already learned and which ones not yet. Seeing the number grow all the time is quite motivating for me.

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