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I added a new page on this website entitled — Reference Materials. I will be putting in here the books that I have and give some sort of review about it. So far my Berlitz Korean Compact dictionary is a staple (got to have one if you are serious about learning). I am likewise done reading Elementary Korean so I finally made a summary on what’s in it for someone who will buy the book.
Thanks again to those who continue to visit and leave comment, i appreciate it.
Yesterday’s post marks the end of my goal to read from cover to cover, Elementary Korean. I am finally done reading this book after almost 1 and 1/2 years. I promised my self to make a review of the said book and this going to be one of my goals side by side reading the sequel to that book entitled Continuing Korean.
When I started reading the book sometime in late August, I knew this is the book that will answer my questions in mind on the intricacies of the Korean Language. Withouth much thinking I decided to buy the sequel book in Singapore in a Japanese book chain –Kinokuniya.
Though I bought this book long time ago, this is the first time that I am opening it. I browsed through the table of contents and instantly found happiness seeing some of the usual word endings that I hear from Korean conversation like -는데 (neunde), -면 (myeon), particle 야 which continues to tickle my mind on how it is used, to name a few.
I am twice as interested in reading this book as the first one but it doesn’t mean i’ll be shelving the 1st book for good. I will still go back to Elementary Korean and refresh my mind once in a while of the simple topics and rules that it taught me for over a year.
Continuing Korean, you will be my ‘Twilight’ in the next coming months. Feed my curiosity and hunger to learn Korean.