linguoboy wrote:Some of these look like typos:Meera wrote:두마
Do they really talk about the Russian Duma in lesson one?Meera wrote:추스
Maybe 치즈 "cheese"?Meera wrote:버개
베개 "pillow"?Meera wrote:피사
The city of Pisa in Italy?
linguoboy wrote:As a rule, English /z/ is represented by Korean ㅈ. So, yeah, 피사 is an odd choice of han'geulisation.
Meera wrote:Elementary Korean
Living Language Korean (only Essential)
księżycowy wrote:Meera wrote:Elementary Korean
Is this the text by King and Yeon (I can never tell if that's his given or family name)?Living Language Korean (only Essential)
How are you finding the newer Living Language materials?
księżycowy wrote:Let me know what you thought no of King and Yeon's book as you move through it. I'm debating on using that or the KLEAR textbooks. (I mean, given the depth and awesomeness of the KLEAR material, I'll use it regardless. But I'm still curious of King and Yeon's, as I already own the books.)
Meera wrote:Yeah I have been considering the KLEAR textbooks too, I was going to get them actually but I didn't know exactly how far I wanted to go with Korean so I didn't know if it was worth it if I just wanted to still be in a beginner stage.
księżycowy wrote:Meera wrote:Yeah I have been considering the KLEAR textbooks too, I was going to get them actually but I didn't know exactly how far I wanted to go with Korean so I didn't know if it was worth it if I just wanted to still be in a beginner stage.
They have a beginner textbook, as I'm sure you know. But I get what you mean.
I intend on taking my Korean (once I get started on it) as far as I can, so I see the series as a bit of a must to tackle at some point in my beginning/intermediate study of the language.
Cool videos by the way. I'm gonna bookmark them for future reference.
księżycowy wrote:That's another thing I like about the series. They're very affordable.
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