Korean in a hurry: a quick approach to spoken Korean

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C.E. Tuttle Co., 1962 - Foreign Language Study - 137 pages
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This 'quick' approach to spoken Korean by Samuel E. Martin, author of Essential Japanese, an Introduction to the Standard Colloquial Language, and professor emeritus at Yale University, is the first really useful manual of the Korean language. These lessons have been devised to facilitate easy language study and are conversationally applicable as soon as you learn them.

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Contents

Vowels
1
Consonants
3
Sound Changes
5
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About the author (1962)

Samuel E. Martin is the author of numerous books and papers on Japanese and Korean, including the definitive "A Reference Grammar of Japanese" and "A Reference Grammar of Korean."
Fred Perry moved to Japan in 1956 to teach English at Kumamoto University in Kyushu, and continues to live in Japan today.

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