33/65 lessons completed in the Korean tree! Half-way there! :D
I am half-way through the Korean course. I can say that I have learned alot so far and I can't wait to finish the next half. I started the course about a year ago but I decided to stay motivated to finish the tree in a couple months.
Congratulations! I bet the Korean tree is really hard. I added it for a little bit and did a few lessons and then I was like nope I ain't doing this now haha. Great job making it so far. Have fun with the rest of the tree, and I bet you will go far with your Korean learning!
Thank you! It is always fun at first and then it just gets really confusing. That's probably why it took me so long to get to this point lol.
Yeah, the Korean and Japanese trees take so long to go through! I have a question, if you don't mind answering! Do you only use Duolingo to study Korean? I do want to try again to learn it during the summer and I want to know how good the course is. 감사합니다 (I think that is the right way to say thank you!)
I'm not currently learning Korean, but you may want to look into LingoDeer. Apparently they have good courses for Asian languages. I'm going using it after I complete the Duolingo Japanese tree.
Yes, it is very helpful! I will definitely use it more after I finish the tree too.
Yes, thats the right way to say thank you. I use Mango to learn Korean as well and lingodeer is another helpful site to use too. I would recomend using more than one site or app to help you learn Korean to find what works best for you. Try using a site that helps you understand the grammar because once you understand all the basic grammar rules it is much easier to learn the language. I like duolingo because it helps me understand the grammar.
I am new to Duolingo and i just started learning Korean on the app. I already know some basic Korean, but i never seem to comprehend the grammar accurately. Is there a grammar tips and notes on the app that i could refer to?
If you go on the website ,there are notes given for each lesson. I take notes from the website to understand, then I practice on app. Hope it helps. (^^)
thank you dnaawesome! i've still so new to duolingo and just discovered today that there is a forum here and even a whole community supporting each other!
seems like the app is pretty limited with most of the support only available on the web.
Before you click on a lesson, there is a lightbulb icon. If you click it, it will you give you some grammar tips for that lesson. :)
Kudos to you! I was so disappointed that Korean was added after I left Korea. I lived there two years and really could’ve used the app to help me learn to read. I am still learning even though I no longer live there, but it’s super hard now that I’m not fully immersed in the culture.
That's a bummer! Hopefully you'll get the opportunity to go to Korea again and learn some more about the language. I've never been to Korea but I'm excited to go there someday.
That's impressive! I hope that I could reach your level soon, but that doesn't seem likely because balancing studies and learning Korean is quite a hard task. Not to mention that I'm still at quite a low level. Anyways, good luck on completing the tree! 화이팅!
Thanks, mik-ah! It can be difficult to fit learning Korean into a busy schedule as any language requires a lot of attention in order to succeed in it. I recommend just a few lessons a day if you can!
Awesome! Fun to hear about fellow Duolingo-ers reaching milestones, learning, and making progress. Good luck and keep up the good work!
It can definitely be difficult at times, but I see you've gotten pretty far with it. keep it up! :)
Haha I haven't really, but thank you. Good luck to you! (Btw, my daughters and I are ARMY, too. :)
Wooow!! Congrats! I know it is really hard, I have been learning for half year I completed 19 lessons.. Hope u finish fast! (^^)
Thanks! :) That's really cool! It looks like you've gotten pretty far already!
hello parkjimin you want to be my english teacher and i teach you spanish :) please ♥ por fis ... te necesito mmmm I am from peru - latinoamerica :)
yes, shamirarue! I would love to be your English teacher! I hope to get better in spanish as well!
mmm How can I find you on facebook? (It's the only thing I have) to practice. is that I do not enter much into duolingo and I hope to improve this language with your help ♥ please ♥
mmm I do not connect much to Facebook, but for my English classes with you, I'll try :)
I don't think Facebook will work for me because Idon't have an account but I have a gmail if that works for you.
okay :) teacher .................I can not believe I have a teacher who speaks English and teaches me ♥
From a Filipino-American fan of Han Hyo-joo. HA! I want to take Taekwondo classes.
Congratulation !!! I think korean tree very hard for me. I just learned some parts of it. And I have left it now. haha But I am sure you will overcome it most comfortably. Please try harder !! Fightinggg ~
Hey good job! Good luck on the other half! Since i've just started learning korean, it seems a bit hard. But i'm proud of you. Keep going!!
Thank you, hwanghyunis! If you have any questions about Korean since you just started you can always ask me ;)
Thanks, KookieJamz! I see I've met another Army ;) I love your profile too!
congrats! I hope for you to be perfect in Korean Could you give us some advice to complete the Korean tree successfully?
Aww thank you! I hope I get to perfection! My advice would be to truly learn the content instead of just quickly going through a lesson just to maintain your streak. Pay attention to the key elements that duolingo is trying to teach in each new lesson and when you are finished with a lesson you can always review what you learned. One trick you can try while playing duolingo is listening to the sentences instead of looking at it to see if you can make out what the sentence is saying instead of reading it. (if you know what I mean) Hope it helps. :)
Nice Job! Also i love your profile pic considering i started learning because of bts!