Although Glossika does teach you a large number of sentences and patterns via English, you'll soon find that such a crutch will have to be dropped once you start getting into real Korean conversations. God bless! For anybody who knows Turkish, you'll probably find a lot of grammatical similarities with Korean.

:-), HiThis is so helpful :)Thank youI was just wondering for 박민영( park min young, the actress ),why is it said park min young and not park mi noung since that grammar rule about how you have to move the consonants since it begins with ㅇhappy new year. Hi, found your blog through google search.

Your page is better than anyones. Get all the latest & greatest posts delivered Another example is "independent" spelled "toklip" and pronounced "tongnip." And you are korean with an excellent english, if I may say that. I've been looking for websites and books to help learn korean and got stuck with confuseness! 0000045634 00000 n

Hi Anonymous, the link is not dead!

Thank you so much for the site and your active responses! And, how do you type hangul characters? It is very well-organised, easy to follow, interesting and enjoyable.I am so thankful to your effort and contribution to Korean learners.Thank you a million times :), Please keep this up! ^^ THANKS! This means that in many of the sentences that you learn, much of the identifying information can be dropped in real conversation. audio files can be downloaded in their own blog posts. sorry for the late replyI guess you mean 진짜! 0000046743 00000 n

When you do get into pronunciation and grammar, be sure to download our free ebook Korean Pronunciation and Grammar Guide to get a good understanding of all the different letters and rules involved in both speaking and reading Korean properly.

and to you, too, elreffy! Applying a few sound rules to the spelling brings us to the modern real pronunciation that everybody uses in everyday speech, which linguists call "phonetic." When you do get into pronunciation and grammar, be sure to download our free ebook Korean Pronunciation and Grammar Guide to get a good understanding of all the different letters and rules involved in both speaking and reading Korean properly. Hi Alli, Thanks for your comment,There's no chat room as yet,Not sure if you can recommend some kind of suitable chat room in this blog? Totally helpful. Keep spreading the gospel, brother! "Come to me, all you who are weary learning Korean and I will give you rest."

Annyonghaeseyo luke ssi!Im a beginner who just started to learn korean 2 days ago.Thank God i found this blog. Glossika sorts natural languages by structure and difficulty, delivering memory, pronunciation and fluency skills to language learners between any two languages. 0000047878 00000 n A major difference with how most western languages are becoming less and less formal: people are opting for the informal you (tu, du, ty, ты) over the formal you (Usted, vous, Lei, Sie, vy, Вы) as quickly as possible when meeting someone. %PDF-1.2 %���� On the surface, Korean resembles Japanese in many ways, both syntactically and stylistically. Again, gomawoooooo! And then fortunately I've found your blog!! However, as linguists point out, there isn't enough evidence to prove that a relation exists. :), Hi, Luke, thank you very much.. your blog is very helpfuland thank you for the Grammar Guide.Thank you..Thank you...Happy New Year 2012, HiThis is very helpful :) Thank you very much but could you explain to me how the sounds of ㅗ andㅓare different and how to say it correctlyThank you very muchHappy New Year, Hi Anonymous,You're welcome!Use the links below to find out about the correct pronunciations of ㅗ and ㅓ.http://www.koreanwikiproject.com/wiki/index.php?title=Learn_hangeulhttp://hompi.sogang.ac.kr/korean/kkl100/lesson02/l02_02.htmlHappy New Year to you, too!

Thank you sooo much for making this pdf available. Stay up to date! 0000201024 00000 n :D, This site is very good. I tried download the pdf but i cant because im not member of the group. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 License. This means that according to linguists and scientists who study language, there is not enough evidence available today to prove its existence of relation with any other language. 0000001846 00000 n

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Learn Korean Easily Online For Free. In addition, the Glossika IPA Channel and relevant image representing the sound of alphabet in your mouth will be a great source for you to acquire the accurate pronunciation. :) Do you have a book about all these? Thanks.... Hi Horizon,Please check my profile.Cheers. Guide on the pronunciation of Korean. can you help me ....?in my place there is no korean dictionary.if by online trading i cant to do, bcause i dont know how to use network as well, Hi,Try google translate.http://translate.google.com/#en|ko|hello%0A. to those who can't download it, you may want to right click and click on save link as..thanks by the way for this.. ^^, hi...thank you soooo much or sharing this :)-su from malaysia-, finally, got a complete dictionary,, thanks to you!!! And Happy New Year! 0000048332 00000 n

Thank you ^^. Hello!I want to learn too.Can't download.Pls. :)and please refer to http://www.learnkoreanlp.com/2013/01/how-to-type-in-korean.htmlto learn how to type in Korean cheers, thanks for pdf n plz upload the audio also. It is best to stick with the person's name followed by -ssi 씨 instead of using "you". Thank you so much! 0000037765 00000 n :-)All the best with your Korean study! I have to?

It is when you need to start applying sound change rules that the system can get a bit tricky. 0000201894 00000 n Thank you for your acknowledgment, and please make use of the resources freely!And yes, I'm Korean. With a mastery of the Korean alphabet and strong understanding of Korean pronunciation and grammar rules, take the next step by signing up on Glossika and starting Glossika's audio training. Is the link dead? =]. 0000198160 00000 n We find that this is true for most East Asian languages, including Chinese, which is just as much as different from Korean as it is from English. Thanks for PDF n plz upload on audio also. ㄲ kk (first) k (second) no example 까다 KKada (“to peel”) 깎다 kkaKda (“to lower”) Same pronunciation as “c” in Spanish. Hey dude, thanks for the lessons, you helped me a lot in learning Korean. send actual file to mefernando.cess@gmail.comthanks. H�b```f``9������� Ā 6P�������� P 0000201915 00000 n I just copied these from Google TRanslate.. HEHEHE.. 정말 from "really" and 신 from 신문 (newspaper) and 차 (tea)... :), you're welcome Deanne!

Please try again,Click this button, "Korean Language Guide - PDF"And you'll see the following page:"Click here to download your attachment. How?Thanks! Google groups seems to be standing in the way.

;), You're welcome! (notice each vowel is preceded by an empty place holder circle), These vowels can be preceded by both {y} and {w}: Y: {야, 얘, 예, 여, 요, 유} 0000197220 00000 n

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0000039062 00000 n We'll go over the basics here, but you may refer to the Korean Hangul infographic (below) to learn the alphabet very well. Dear LukeI am really grateful that you had been sharing your knowledge on Korean language, grammar as well as the learning materials.I hope you will still find time to continue postings.Thank you so much.