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The Vocabulary Quandary

One of the biggest stumbling blocks I’ve come across so far in teaching myself a language is how to approach learning vocabulary words. Memorizing without context means I might not end up remembering any of the words in the long term, but I might not always grasp the correct meaning or spelling of words simply by reading or hearing them a few times. 239 more words

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클래스 (keullaeseu) vs 수업 (sueop) [Word of the Day]

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I am sticking to this event/location theme this week however today will be a little different. Tomorrow I will focus more on hobbies which will be a bit different than the past few days as well. 138 more words

Korean

비즈니스 (bijeuniseu) [Word of the Day]

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Today, we’re talking “비즈니스 (bijeuniseu)” or business. The event is business related, however, just like yesterday we are combining the location particle with times and dates. 154 more words

Korean

파티 (pati) [Word of the Day]

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This week, we’re going to focus on events and locations. Why? Because for the Grammar of the Week, we’re going to pull it all together in a way I have devised to help create common place sentences. 68 more words

Korean

Adverbs in Korean|"When and Where" + Degree [Grammar of the Week]

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Another Grammar series comes to an end and I can honestly say I’m more excited for next week. We’ve gone over a lot these past few months. 254 more words

Korean

같이 (gachi) [Word of the Day]

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Starting off the week, we are back to Adverbs! This is also because we will finish adverbs in a sentence for the Grammar of the Week and next week we’ll focus more on sentences. 96 more words

Korean

이 겨울이 따뜻할 수 있을까!

꽁꽁 얼어 버린 겨울은 세상의 모든 따뜻함을 찾아 나서게합니다. 몸을 데우는 일 뿐만 아니라, 마음이 따뜻해 질 수 있으면 참 좋겠습니다.

이 달에 소개할 책입니다.

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