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by The National Institute of the Korean Language,The International Korean Language Foundation

eBook Reading Korean for Beginners (Alive Korean Language) (English Edition) (English and Korean Edition) download ISBN: 1565912489
Author: The National Institute of the Korean Language,The International Korean Language Foundation
Publisher: Hollym International Corporation; Bilingual edition (December 10, 2013)
Language: English Korean
Pages: 223
ePub: 1450 kb
Fb2: 1350 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Different
Subcategory: Humanities

Paperback: 223 pages. Good book for intermediate Korean learners who know Hangul and can already read Hangul.

Paperback: 223 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1565912489.

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If you are nostalgic for those days- with cute Korean style color pencil drawings of people pointing to random objects in the house- by all means, get it. But it's not going to help you sing kpop songs- meet Korean people- and it was only semi-helpful at best when used in conjunction in my Korean class.

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A beginner's reading comprehension ability is the ability to read sentences that are frequently encountered in everyday life and to obtain the necessary information in basic social meetings.

It was created on January 23, 1991, by Presidential Decree No. 13163 (November 14, 1990). It is based in Seoul, South Korea.

These books aim to help students develop well-rounded abilities in Korean communication.

Part of the Alive Korean Language Series which includes: Speaking Korean for Beginners, Writing Korean for Beginners and Listening Korean for Beginners. A beginner's reading comprehension ability is the ability to read sentences that are frequently encountered in everyday life and to obtain the necessary information in basic social meetings. This book contains practical content that beginners will encounter in real life situations, as well as educational assignments that are properly suited for anyone at the elementary stage. The book also allows readers to understand conversations beyond the individual sentence structures and patterns. To further this point, the book gives appropriate questions and necessary Korean culture tips at each stage of learning.
Comments: (4)
Uylo
This is a great book for starting to learn conversation but not reading. It teaches no letter or vowel names or sounds. You basically already have to know how to read before you purchase this book. If your starting out from scratch like me, Korean Made Simple by Billy Go is a great starter.
Vikus
My daughter chose this product to help with her Korean lessons. We are happy with our choice. It is excellent for beginners.
Dellevar
if you are studying Korean you need this series ! prime quality - exercises that actually help you understand grammar than just learn by heart key expressions! No romanization - just English and pure Hangul - excellent stuff! Get it !
Gri
Good book for intermediate Korean learners who know Hangul and can already read Hangul. Not for strict beginners....but good book.