Elementary Korean

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Tuttle Pub., 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 409 pages
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This textbook offers a complete first year course for learning Korean. Loosely based on Beginning Korean by Martin and Lee, it includes updated dialogues, grammar notes, and transcription in the Han'gul character system. The main objective of this book is competence in spoken Korean through a streamlined introduction to the fundamental patterns of the language. Based on the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines, this book will provide students with an Intermediate-Low to Intermediate-Mid proficiency level. Reading passages enhance the lessons. -- Publisher details.

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User Review  - Robert Mcclay - Goodreads

Good for self study, but it helps to have a Korean around to address any confusion. It doesn't get hung up on formal style, so if you go around trying to talk to people, you don't sound so stuffy ... Read full review

Contents

Guide to the Phonetic Transcription System in Lessons One to Four
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More Basic Expressions
12
Exercises
21
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About the author (2000)

Ross King is Associate Professor of Korean at the University of British Columbia Jae-Hoon Yeon is Lecturer in Korean at the Centre of Korean Studies, University of London, SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies)

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