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Korean Grammar In Use: Beginning To Early Intermediate

Korean Grammar In Use Beginning To Early Intermediate None

  • Title: Korean Grammar In Use: Beginning To Early Intermediate
  • Author: Jean-myung Ahn Lee Kyung-Ah Han Hoo-Young
  • ISBN: 9788959951987
  • Page: 483
  • Format: None
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    1 thought on “Korean Grammar In Use: Beginning To Early Intermediate

    1. This is a colourful and modern grammar-text & workbook on essential Korean grammar. If you order it properly it even comes with an audio-cd.The book is supposed to be used AFTER you have done some basic course/textbook already, or alongside them. Personally I recommend using it afterwards.It has no romanization, just Korean and English.Explanations are in English, examples in Korean & English.The book consists of many shorter sections, each section has audio-tracks and exercises. You don [...]

    2. To premise my review, I am a person who is living and working in Korea and studies Korean by myself in my free time. I don't take after work classes since I haven't found a school near me that teaches Korean in the communicative method.That being said, the reason that I am giving this book 5 stars is the explanation of the different grammar points are extremely clear. I have found that most text books (even those from the major universities) are extremely lacking when it comes to explanations of [...]

    3. While Korean Grammar in Use: Beginning to Early Intermediate is far from perfect, but I really can recommend this book to anyone who is struggling with Korean grammar. The book’s clear explanations and easy to understand examples make learning Korean so much easier. I honestly believe this.As a Korean textbook is covers a very wide range of grammatical topics that once you are done with this book you will be able to do well on any TOPIK exam you are planning to take. Furthermore the book comes [...]

    4. Finally got around to finishing this grammar book as a way to review fundamentals. I had been using it more as a reference, but it's nice to have on hand for studying along side other main textbooks. It would be profitable to already have some knowledge of Korean before starting. And it is really good if you're going to take the TOPIK test because it does cover everything you need to know for levels 1+2.Explanations of grammar and it's usage are solid. There are plenty of examples, even examples [...]

    5. This was easily the best of about six or seven different books that I used to try to teach myself Korean. Everything I learned that stuck came from this book's exercises and examples. Not only that, but I actually enjoyed digging into this book. The cartoon visual aids are amusingly bizarre.

    6. Pretty neat! Easy to follow and understand. My Korean grammar have been increased two folds or might be even greater than that.Recommended for those who are starting to learn Korean language or those who will take TOPIK exam. Keep in mind that you have already know how to compose proper or easy sentences because this might be overwhelm you initially.

    7. Good for self-studying. Explanations are easy to understand. However, I'd prefer if the book included more exercises. This book alone cannot teach you Korean, but it's a good complement.

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