Welcome! This course is my second online Korean course ‘Complete Korean Language at home for beginners and pre-intermediates’.
Do you want to master your Korean language skills but do you only know Korean alphabets such as Korean consonants and vowels?
Have you tried to upgrade your Korean language ability?
but are you still stuck at a Korean beginner level?
Finally, do you think learning Korean language is harder than any other languages?
Then, you’ve come to the right place for learning Korean with a native Korean girl, Stormi Kim. I will help you think learning Korean language is easy and fun in this Korean course. ‘Complete Korean Language at Home’ is a specific and comprehensive Korean language course from Korean beginners to pre-intermediate learners. This course focuses on encouraging students to use their Korean knowledge with integrated Korean skills: Korean listening, Korean reading, Korean speaking and Korean writing. Students at Korean beginner level can easily improve their Korean language ability by listening to a native Korean speaker’s voice. Move on to a Korean pre-intermediate level with just one course!
In this Korean language course, you will get all you need and be improved.
•Section 1 : Korean course introduction and structure.[Lesson 1, 2]
•Section 2: making noun phrases with ‘은, 는’ and verbs. [Lesson 3, 4]
•Section 3: Korean formality or honorific, the particle ‘에’, the particle ‘만'(only), dates(날짜), days of the week(요일) in simple conversational expressions. [Lesson 5,6,7,8]
•Section 4: tenses, connective particles (‘이랑, 랑, 과, 와, 하고, 고’), the connective endings (‘아서,어서’, ‘이라서, 라서, 이어서, 여서, 해서’], the additive particle ‘도’, the direction particles ‘으로, 로’, the interrogatives ‘무엇, 어떻게’, the imperative endings (‘으세요, 세요’), ,the negative imperative endings (지 말다, 지 않다, 지 못하다), the comparative particle ‘보다’, the comparative adverbs ‘더, 덜’, and other useful expressions ‘어때, 고 싶다, 을(ㄹ) 거예요, 할 거예요’ [Lesson 9~19]
The powerful elements of the Korean class are real-life Korean conversations and authentic Korean vocabularies for Korean beginners and pre-intermediates. All the Korean example sentences are created by the Korean instructor, Stormi Kim. Namely, this ‘Complete Korean Language at Home’ course does not just focus on textbook-based lessons but useful Korean expressions in daily life. For example, the lesson topics that the Korean class covers are apologies, colors, dating, Korean life, abilities, directions, transportation, feelings, comparing and etc.
As for Korean grammar, students can read and write grammatical Korean sentences through conversational dialogues. Korean beginners who only know Korean alphabets will be able to strengthen their own Korean language with the real-life Korean lecture. In specific, you will learn how to make longer Korean sentences that best describe a certain situation with some Korean particles and Korean endings. Moreover, students can produce Korean sentences like a Korean native speaker by listening to my exact Korean sound and repeating what I’ve taught in the class. This Korean language course is also recommended for Intermediate Korean learners who find a lack of Korean skills.
Learning a Korean language at home is as easy as making an apple pie at home. Why don’t you apply your Korean knowledge to your daily life? Korean beginners often make grammatical errors and mistakes in Korean but it is a really natural Korean learning process. If you tries to create as many Korean sentences as you can in a day, your own Korean language ability will be strikingly upgraded. With practicing quizzes and worksheets, I believe you can develop the opportunity to use your own Korean language. Please don’t be shy about speaking Korean language. Have confidence and record what you’ve learned in this Korean course on your Koreanstudygram. I will be your kind Korean teacher and helper if you ask questions about Korean language learning. Let’s go~!