팁 (Tips on learning Korean)
Hey guys! (안녕하세요)
So because of all the supports I got, I was thinking of giving you guys some tips, on how to be a fast learner in Korean!.
THE FIRST TIP: Try your best to max out the first alphabets lesson before moving on. This is really important because, you want to get those easy alphabets in your head first before moving on to harder alphabets. It'll start to help you remember how to say it and also how to write it down.
THE SECOND TIP: Take down NOTES, make a notebook that you can use to take down notes while learning. It'll help your brain to remember it more. And also, I suggest putting Romanized next to the Korean letters or alphabets next to each other or below the Korean letters/alphabets. So you know how to say it.
THE THIRD TIP: Take thing slow, you don't want to start off really fast if you're a beginner. The brain will have a lot of things to remember and, that'll stresses the brain out. So take thing slow, don't be impatient.
THE FOURTH TIP: Having fun, yes I know. Learning a new language is probally really really boring but!, once you keep studying it over and over you'll start to like it. Trust me, and to make thing more intresting. I suggest watching K-Drama with English subtitles on, or K-pop. Start remember the easy words to say and keep saying it over and over again.
THE FIFTH AND LAST TIP: Keep on practicing everyday and don't give up!. I suggest you try to go on Duolingo everyday, but if you want to let your brain to take a break. Then go ahead, when you tends to take breaks. That's when the brain come back to thinking what you learned and, that makes it to remember more things.
Okay, if you read this whole long freaking thing then, THANK YOU!!!!.<pre>
Have a great day and I Love You!. <3</pre>
Also another tip:
Learn the pronunciation.
I know for many non-asians the accent and pronuncation is quite hard but it will only do you good. You want to impress the natives, not show them you lack.
And for any language at all: get a local to practice with. You learn the words and grammar they use which will help your submerge yourself. I learned how to perfect the asian accent in asian languages from my mother, who is chinese native, so that will help you a lot.
I have read the entire thing and I think this was really inspirational because I think if you learn new words then you should write it down so you could remember it and so you will know how to use that word in a sentence whenever you type or whenever you speak to someone in that language. I just want to say thank you for posting this I was going to post this someday but you already it so nvm.
Oh I'm sorry, you may use this but try to put in your own words. So it won't be copyright :P, also thank you ^^
Hi. 안 녕 하 세 요. actually i do the same like you. specially taking a note. I like to write down (hand writing) rather than just choosing the word in duolinggo. And Also , I learning to typing in computer. this is just fun.
Cool! I shall totally try these out, for the beginner I am. Thanks a lot! :D
thanx for the help most of these i already do and it does help alot i am really improving with my korean