As soon as you are able to communicate in the language you are studying, you should start using it outside of the classroom. A good starting point for putting the language into use is to pursue a familiar or a … Continue reading
Beginning in Korean is challenging. The hardest part is not the writing system, (which is surprisingly easy and you can learn to read and write it in a week), but the pronunciation. To learn vocabulary, you must grasp the pronunciation, … Continue reading
From last night’s Korean lesson: 미셸 찌가 파리 에 있어 요. “Michelle is in Paris.” I mention this example from class because 미셸 찌 is my best 친구. 미셸 찌 called me on my way to my 한극 수업 last … Continue reading
(Oh no, I have to learn how to type — all over again!) 새해복많이 받으세요! Did I get it right?