Yep. No point in getting to the end if you don't retain anything you learned.
I try to master each lesson to gold lv five before moving on. Helps so much more but takes foreverrrrrrr ㄹㅗㄹ
Alternative strategy so you can still learn new stuff while still mastering older material:
- Learn a new topic
- Level each of the previous four topics
Your last four topics will roughly be at levels 4,3,2,1 respectively :)
I agree, but remember that korean grammar is a little backwards from English. For example an English sentence " move the car over" would be in korean " the car, move please"
So im sure they want us to understand that difference in order by making the wrong order incorrect.
Is 천찬하다 different from 느리다? Does 느리다 mean slow as in speed while 천천하다 mean slow as in time?
lol ok I am taking extensive notes on Korean sentence structure and such so I'm pretty sure I am being pretty damn slow
The stem is 배우. So I guess -십시오 is the particle added to form a polite imperative. Am I wrong?
That's what it looks like to me. Perhaps in the same vein as Japanese 〜してください. Maybe someone with more knowledge can elaborate?