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Questions tagged [study-technique]

Questions related to techniques, strategies or methods for learning Korean.

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How to learn how to make sentence

I'm begginner at Korean, I know some vocabulary, how to introduce myself, and some verb but I feel really hard to make a correct sentence in Korean. All support I find only teach vocabulary, and ...
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How can I use the weeks before starting a beginner’s Korean course?

I'm planning to attend a weekly course for Korean starting on Thursday 27 April. I have about one or two months before the course starts (I'm doing a Russian course for one more month, but I could ...
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Does howtostudykorean.com really do what it says?

Background How to study Korean. Hmm... I'm interested in learning Korean... I know how to read it... Maybe I'll click on that... 99.9999% of Korean grammar and 9000+ Korean words?! Whoah! That ...
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Besides endic.naver.com, any other good Kor->Eng dictionary site for (hangul) Super- Newbie learners?

en.wiktionary.org is great for Hangul Super- Newbie learners. For example, see this question re: 기계 (gigye) : 기계 (gigye) ==> 機械, 器械, 奇計 (what else?) What's another good Kor->Eng dictionary ...
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Spelling : how can I remember if a consonant is placed as a final '받침' in a block (followed by a null), or as an initial on the next block?

In this question, another user kindly fixed my misspelling - 움지기다 - to the correct form - 움직이다. When I misspell a word using the wrong consonant or vowel, I think - OK, I just have to listen more ...
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How can people whose native language is very different get Korean vocabulary to 'stick' in the memory?

This morning I found out the Korean word for 'spine'. Five minutes later, I'd already forgotten it. It certainly won't be in my memory the next time I need to talk about spines! I think part of the ...