Korean marathon 7 months Day 5

Today a little review day. I’ll rewatch videos and do some translation exercises. Old-fashioned, but keeps you focused on the language. Music: library, fireplace, pencil sounds Aroma: vanilla aroma oil Today’s video is kind of a lazy one. When a teacher speaks two languages and gives translation of phrases. Not ideal for learning but goodContinue reading “Korean marathon 7 months Day 5”

Korean marathon 7 months Day 3

Three videos today but one was full of vocabulary I will barely need. Music: rain and TV background Pages: 5 pages, all in pencil Aroma: lemongrass, orange aroma oil At first I just watch video. Then I watch again and repeat after them. The third step is to watch again and write all important phrasesContinue reading “Korean marathon 7 months Day 3”

How to learn Korean basics with video lessons Part 1

In this post I will focus on learning Korean with videos as we live in the modern age and paper dictionaries and textbooks are quite out-dated (but! still might be useful)
After learning hangul with apps and with a hangul workbook, I learnt some basic words, pronunciation rules, simple grammar via youtube videos. And then the fun started! Luckily, I found some fun videos for beginners, watched them and then rewatched the next day. When I finished a block, I reviewed it from the beginning…

Korean writing Taekwondo 태권도

I’ve been thinking how we can memorise a lot of vocabulary and grammar patterns. I have no other solution but to write a lot by copying from a textbook and then read aloud. In addition, we can translate into English and then from English to Korean to compare with the original text and identify mistakes.Continue reading “Korean writing Taekwondo 태권도”