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Memrise deck with some audio
Love the folks at Korean Tourism Organization. Have you seen their Korean 101 flashcards? Like them on Facebook to get these every week. Brush up your Korean so you are ready for a visit!
Memrise flashcard system has added a “Speed review” feature. One can speed review words, then only do the “classic” slow review of those words you might not remember. This should speed up reviewing words one has already learned. I can … Continue reading
Play a game of matching which terms go together as a way to work on vocabulary and make associations. For example, apple 사과 and tree 나무. Describe the picture. Practice making sentences. For example, because it was windy, Christopher Robin … Continue reading
I’ve had plenty of opportunity to discuss the weather, especially the many snow storms this week. “눈길 조심하세요” Be careful of the snow. I was amused when my Korean friend asked if I had enough food to eat. Oh yeah. … Continue reading
I’ll cut to the chase. Working with pen, a steno pad, and some paper flashcards has worked for me. Total cost $3.10. Rob Julien of Korean Digital Academy has been working with me to improve my study habits. Read about … Continue reading
Artist Kelly Rae Roberts inspired me with her “Take What You Need” sign. These are a list of Korean nouns [명사] . Take what you need. 🙂
I saw [명사] and [동사] in the dictionary YET AGAIN and couldn’t remember which was which. So I made this picture to remind me. 명사 is the monkey. He is the noun. 동사 is the donkey. The donkey is doing … Continue reading