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Course 2 Introduction Lesson 1: 20 Important Phrases Lesson 2: Must Know Polite Forms Lesson 3: Conjugation Basics Lesson 4: Particle Power Lesson 5: Action Frequency Lesson 6: Cause and Effect Lesson 7: Introduction to Adverbs Lesson 8: Counting Time Lesson 9: This "or" That Lesson Promises and Appointments Lesson Expressing Emotion Lesson But and However Lesson And Combinations Lesson Korean Contractions Lesson Directly Modifying Lesson Before and After Page 2. Welcome to Korean From Zero!
We assume that you have already completed the first book in the series for beginners. We will build on the concepts taught in the first book and will also often refer to sections from the first book. It is by no means required that you have the first book in your possession.
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The first lesson of this book will provide a quick summary of key topics covered in book 1. This book would not be possible without the collaboration of each of the authors. Each author brings a different level of Korean language understranding that help make Korean From Zero! I, George, have written a synopsis of what each of the authors of the Korean From Zero! I lived in Japan for 9 years and co-authored eight Japanese language text books.
Since the age of 17 I have worked as a Japanese interpreter and have created over instructional videos in Japanese on YesJapan. The similarities in the Japanese and Korean languages gave me a great advantage when I began learning Korean. Teaching language for the last 15 years and then learning Korean from scratch from age 39 gave me a unique perspective Page 3.
Viewers of my videos are aware of my lack of love for most books that are heavy on grammar terms and overly complicated example sentences. Furthermore, just because something has been taught one way for years, doesn't mean it can't be improved.
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I created the Korean From Zero! If a grammar point brings up a question, then that question should be answered.
You should NOT require a teacher to learn from this book. It's written for the independent student. Reed Bullen. Reed learned Korean initially for his missionary work in South Korea. During his stay in Korea he lived in Daejeon and met hundreds of Koreans, volunteered for farm work, and worked with local Korean orphanages.
After his mission he continued studying Korean. I first met Reed at a Korean language learning meetup in Las Vegas. We become friends and Reed spent many of those meetings patiently explaining to me the way Korean grammar worked.
He had to have patience as I am relentless in my questions. One of Reeds best qualities, is that despite his knowledge of Korean, he isn't afraid to challenge what he knows. These books would absolutely not be possible with his tireless efforts. Myunghee Ham. Myunghee is a Korean teacher at Seoul Korean Academy.
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She is also fluent in Japanese and has taught foriegners for over 8 years. Myunghee was added to the Korean From Zero! Myunghee has an amazing talent for breaking down a grammar point to it's base points and not over explaining.
After I personally attended her classes in Korea, I knew she would be perfect for book 2 and beyond. Jiyoon "Katie" Kim. I often communicated with Jiyoon during my intitial Korean studies. Jiyoon was able to clear up my early confusion in some of the more difficult Korean grammar concepts. She was a natural choice to join the Korean From Zero!
Jiyoon brings a special perspective that the other authors don't share since she learned English as a second language and isn't classically trained in teaching Korean.
Jiyoon is currently also studying Chinese. Jinhyun Park Orville Johnson. He shares a unique trait among the authors as being the only half Korean in the group of authors.
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He was raised in Korea and moved to America before speaking any English. Orville is also currently studying Japanese. For the last 4 years he has taught Korean at the largest Korean meetup in Las Vegas. His passion for teaching Korean shows in his weekly self created lessons at the meetup where hundreds of students have learned Korean over the years.
Orville has shown a special type of rare dedication to teaching Korean as he spends hours developing lessons that he voluntarily teaches at the University of Las Vegas Korean meetup. Summary of Authors As you can see we are not a group of linguists or high level academics writing this series.
We are a mix of teachers and language lovers who, more than anything, love teaching and learning languages. We hope our love of Korean will help you on your journey to Korean fluency.
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I will eat well. This is said before eating. I ate well. Said after eating. Eat deliciously. This is said to other people to wish them a delicious meal. The idea is to drink until the glass is dry.
I have understood. When someone gives ou information, you respond with this phrase. Of course! That's great!
Said after someone has told you some great ne s. Great job. I'm sorry. I humbly request. This is how it sounds, a very humble way o request something.
Please wait a moment. You might hear this.
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If you push the walk button at a crosswalk you will also hear this very polite phase. Just a moment. Both of these phrases are normal level politeness.
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