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korean language .....

Postby Mandy-Alex » Mon Oct 19, 2009 5:25 pm

my daughter wants to learn korean . anyone knows where ?

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Re: korean language .....

Postby Victoria10 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 3:51 pm

Mandy-Alex wrote:my daughter wants to learn korean . anyone knows where ?


u can try Byki. many languages to learn there.

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Learning Korean

Postby Victoria10 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 4:05 pm

Any sites to reccomend for learning Korean? besides Byki.
Thks. :D

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Re: Learning Korean

Postby verykiasu2010 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 5:02 pm

Victoria10 wrote:Any sites to reccomend for learning Korean? besides Byki.
Thks. :D


those korean drama on SCV / mediacorp
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Re: Learning Korean

Postby Victoria10 » Sat Oct 16, 2010 9:00 am

verykiasu2010 wrote:
Victoria10 wrote:Any sites to reccomend for learning Korean? besides Byki.
Thks. :D


those korean drama on SCV / mediacorp


but if i don't even noe korean, how do i understand what they are saying? :? Any software to learn korean?

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Postby iazzy » Fri Oct 22, 2010 1:37 am

U can learn from community centres or u could get those learn korean books or search for free online learning for korean language.

Other ways could be having dual sound TV change it to korean language and look at the english subtitles and listening to korean songs.

I learned my korean language the hard way I resided in Korea for a number of years.

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Postby Victoria10 » Fri Oct 22, 2010 4:41 pm

iazzy wrote:U can learn from community centres or u could get those learn korean books or search for free online learning for korean language.

Other ways could be having dual sound TV change it to korean language and look at the english subtitles and listening to korean songs.

I learned my korean language the hard way I resided in Korea for a number of years.


Thanks for ur advice. Hope ur hard way helps! :D Told my parents I wanted to learn Korean, they said stay in Korea for about 3 years. :shock: Wonder how that helps??? :?

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anyone learning Korean?

Postby MirandaKer » Sat Jan 07, 2012 5:22 pm

hi there. anyone learning korean :boogie:

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All About Learning Korean 한국어 / 조선말배우고니다

Postby Ichigokun » Sun May 27, 2012 12:16 am

Since there are no threads currently about the learning of Korean, I decided to create one. I'm just a basic learner and want to learn with anybody out there who is interested in learning Korean.

Basics:

In Korean, there are 26 letters, same as English.

Here are some basic letters.

ㅂ = b
ㅈ = j (South Korea), z (North Korea)
ㄷ = d
ㄱ = g
ㅅ = s
ㅁ = m
ㄴ = n
ㅇ = ng (or silent)
ㄹ = r (South Korea), l (North Korea)
ㅎ = h
ㅋ = k
ㅊ = ch
ㅍ = p
ㅌ = t

There are more vowels in Korean than in English.

ㅛ/ㅕ = yo
ㅐ = ae
ㅔ = e
ㅗ/ㅓ = o
ㅑ = ya
ㅏ = a
ㅣ = ee
ㅠ = eu
ㅡ = eu
ㅜ = u

just piece those letters up and they will string into Korean words, just like English.

Eg: Annyonghaseyo

It's
ㅇ+ㅏ+ㄴ+ㄴ+ㅕ+ㅇ+ㅎ+ㅏ+ㅅ+ㅔ+ㅇ+ㅛ

= 안녕하세요.

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Re: Learn Korean :D 한국어 / 조선말배우고니다

Postby fightingmom » Sun May 27, 2012 12:32 am

Ichigokun wrote:Since there are no threads currently about the learning of Korean, I decided to create one. I'm just a basic learner and want to learn with anybody out there who is interested in learning Korean.

Basics:

In Korean, there are 26 letters, same as English.

Here are some basic letters.

ㅂ = b
ㅈ = j (South Korea), z (North Korea)
ㄷ = d
ㄱ = g
ㅅ = s
ㅁ = m
ㄴ = n
ㅇ = ng (or silent)
ㄹ = r (South Korea), l (North Korea)
ㅎ = h
ㅋ = k
ㅊ = ch
ㅍ = p
ㅌ = t

There are more vowels in Korean than in English.

ㅛ/ㅕ = yo
ㅐ = ae
ㅔ = e
ㅗ/ㅓ = o
ㅑ = ya
ㅏ = a
ㅣ = ee
ㅠ = eu
ㅡ = eu
ㅜ = u

just piece those letters up and they will string into Korean words, just like English.

Eg: Annyonghaseyo

It's
ㅇ+ㅏ+ㄴ+ㄴ+ㅕ+ㅇ+ㅎ+ㅏ+ㅅ+ㅔ+ㅇ+ㅛ

= 안녕하세요.


Cool! Understand you are studying now - Sec 2 this year ?

So you are learning on your own or you take it up as your third language ?

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