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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
This week, Cimi and I are learning the Hanja for 1, 2, and 3. 一 1 One 일 二 2 Two 이 三 3 Three 삼 You will note that each of these has a horizontal stroke.
Silly game to test if you know your Korean numbers.
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
As numbers has been my focus the past two months, I thought it would be interesting to know how to say numbers in Mandarin Chinese. Here from David Qing’s Mandarin Impossible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AS-2HPtdl4
It is one o’clock. 한 시예요. As covered in my post about counting units, you tell time by saying hour + counting unit 시 + verb 예요. Practice native Korean numbers with a game to tell time. I’ve been studying numbers for 7 … Continue reading
Sometimes I just want to be hands-on with my studies. I want to hold objects in my hands, make things, play with them, rearrange them. Ideas to study: 1. dominoes for numbers, 3. Jenga with words written in Hangul on … 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
Struggle to remember vocabulary? Polyglot Luca Lampariello has some suggestions. Forget it: the secret of remembering words Also, native Korean numbers 10 – 90 with my crazy pictures to remember them.
지금 몇 시예요? What time is it? 아침 하나 시예요. It is 1 AM. I slipped from dream to a dreamy state of thinking about numbers. I had read about a learning method that links images to foreign … Continue reading
I sort of learned the first ten numbers in Korean, but I still count on my fingers. My goal before June 11th class of KDA (Korean Digital Academy, Rob Julien’s online class I am taking) is to actually be able … Continue reading