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Conjugating 하다 Doing well To say you are doing something well, separate the noun from the 하다 and put 잘 in between. 수영하다 ==> 수영 잘 해요? Do you swim well? Making negative sentences with 하다 verbs There are two ways … Continue reading
Purpose games is a site where you can play games or create your own. Playing games instead of flashcards to learn things like colors, geography, numbers, etc. Click on the pictures below to link to the games.
This post is a rant about vocabulary. I recommend you skip it. Really. The good, the bad, and the ugly. I promised I would share. I am in a state of frustration at the moment, so I can’t see … Continue reading
Everyday Language Learner wrote about Using Paper Flashcards but with spaced repetition. My favorite is Tuttle’s flashcards for kids. Other flashcards made to educate children I repurpose for reviewing basic concepts in Korean like numbers, telling time, colors. Get creative. … Continue reading
I have an abundance of Korean words in my life. My cup runneth over. I have started ignoring some of the words coming my way, because it feels like learning new words from Korean Digital Academy, 1000 Korean Words list … Continue reading
Tired of boring flashcards? Why not turn your vocabulary into a puzzle? You can put your words on any image, or use the blank puzzle form below. Make your own puzzle for free at PuzzleTouch.com Try this one I … Continue reading
Living Language has a mobile app and online tools that are FREE and excellent. Even without purchasing the audio and books, this is a great learning resource. Living Language Korean Complete is a set of books, audio, and online tools. … Continue reading
When you tell time, you need to mix two number sets – native and Sino-Korean numbers. As a memory exercise, I said the numbers 1:01, 2:02, 3:03, etc. in sentences. 한 시 일 분 이에요. When I found it … Continue reading
Adorable free iPhone app to teach children basic Chinese pictographs. Cracks me up. Should help me learn a few Hanja. Comes with Korean as one of the languages, so you can see the Chinese and Korean together. Chinese characters are logograms used … Continue reading
Dry-erase boards are used frequently in offices, homes, and schools. As a programmer, loved my 5 foot wide dry-erase board. I am using a dry-erase board to write down vocabulary words and practice sentences. They also have dry-erase flashcards. The … Continue reading
Declan Software has the following products: – Korean Flashcards $32 (3600 Korean words & phrases) – Korean HakGyo $30 – ReadWrite Korean $16 – Korean Dictionary $26 – WordFile Creator Pro $69 Create custom audio wordfiles for Declan’s Korean FlashCards (Windows … Continue reading
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Also try these ordering food and drinks games.
Every habit that puts Korean into my life is a step closer to learning to speak. Thinking how to solve my audio problem, I have realized the following can be used to play audio Car Phone TV ITouch Really old … Continue reading
Hills Learning has Korean classes in NYC and Online. Hills Learning philosophy is one learns language from people and through interaction. “Highly Interactive Language Learning” means following their SWIRL teaching method (Speaking-Writing-Intonation-Reading-Listening). Similar to Korean Digital Academy, they offer small classes (maximum … Continue reading