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Test your Korean – TTMIK

Ever wonder what your current level of Korean knowledge is? I found one test at Talk to Me in Korean that had a dialog covering all the material and vocabulary from their Level 1 Grammar. Check it out: Test Your … Continue reading

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Why do I want to learn Korean?

I made a video that shows the reason I am learning Korean is for the Koreans I have met. I have been studying for 10 months, starting in March 2014. http://youtu.be/n6Y8QI9oVfc Here is my English audio recording about why I want … Continue reading

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Talk To Me in Korean & New Year Resolutions

Made a New Year’s Resolution to improve your Korean langauge?  Here is what TTMIK has to offer.

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I want pancakes

A pronoun, an action verb, an adjective, and a noun go out for pancakes in Grammaropolis. It sounds like the start of a joke.  Haha.  How would I say “We want sweet pancakes“? 우리는 달콤한 팬케이크를 갖고 싶어요. Color Key: … Continue reading

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KoreaTESOL

When TTMIK’s Hyunwoo Sun posted he would be speaking at the KOTESOL symposium taking place next month, I wondered what is Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages? KOTESOL’s mission is: “To promote scholarship, disseminate information, and facilitate cross-cultural understanding … Continue reading

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Describe this picture

One of the activities you can do is describe a picture. Here, Hyunwoo of Talk To Me In Korea shows you how. The only words I knew were 왼쪽 left side 만두 dumplings 식당 restaurant When I get a bit … Continue reading

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Tug of War – Pick One tool to study with

The idea of picking one and sticking to it, is not a new idea. However, it is never an idea I have successfully implemented on my language learning journey.  My inner child (brat) fights back, and usually wins. Why should … Continue reading

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Hangul Day – Everybody gives it a try

I am so very happy to see so many people showing their Hangul writing on Hangul Day. (sniff)  I think I might break into tears.  You are so brave and wonderful students!  I am proud of all of you. To … Continue reading

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Korean in Action

Talk To Me In Korean came out with Korean in Action. I read many paper books, but I have had trouble remembering to reading e-books. I bought “100 Top Phrases in Korean Movies” and the link to it is right … Continue reading

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Talk To Me In Korean – News in Korean

If you are looking for more reading material to study Korean with, Talk To Me In Korean now has “News In Korean” : ) It’s a subscription that delivers 3 news articles written in Korean and recorded in 3 different … Continue reading

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I am not alone

Sometimes it can feel like you are alone as a Korean learner if you don’t have many Korean speakers around where you live.  So to combat that, why not participate with other Korean learners?  One way you can do that … Continue reading

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Talk To Me In Korean Grammar lessons

I think I need to work my way through the Talk To Me In Korean grammar lessons.  Sure, I have touched on some of this in the three beginner textbooks I have worked through. However, there seems to be merit … Continue reading

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Reading in Korean: How to change the world through small actions

I am getting the hang of using real world text to create a lesson in LingQ for learning.  On the Korea Herald website, I found a bilingual article that had been translated from English to Korean.  I imported the text … Continue reading

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I’m not getting any action – start conjugating VERBS

At my novice stage of learning Korean, I have accumulated some vocabulary for nouns, but I am clueless about verbs.  No wonder I can’t get any action!  I need verbs to form sentences.  Without them, my attempts to communicate to … Continue reading

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Cultural Exchange: Canadian, eh? 캐나다 사람?

In Canada, they often add at the end of a sentence, eh? It is to get agreement.  The weather is cold today, eh? In America, we would say: The weather is cold today, isn’t it? In Korea, you say 오늘 … Continue reading

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