Do you want to learn Korean the fast, fun and easy way? Then this huge audiobook compilation is for you. Learn Korean for Everyday Life: The Big Lessons Collection for Beginners Audiobook is for people who want to finally speak and use real-life Korean.
You'll learn the must-know conversational phrases, questions, answers, social media phrases and how to talk about your everyday life in Korean. All words and phrases were hand-picked by our team of Korean teachers and experts. By the end of this audiobook compilation, you will be able to...
- Communicate in Korean on social media
- Master common greetings
- Have basic conversations with locals
- Talk about your daily routine - from morning to night
- Order food at restaurants
- Ask for directions
- And much more....
With this audiobook compilation, you get: Must-Know Korean Social Media Phrases, Top 400 Activities: Daily Routines in Korean, and 3-Minute Korean - 60 audio lessons and 4.5 hours in total. Plus, a 308-page eBook so you can read along and bonus conversation cheat sheets.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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Not quite for me...
In the first chapter, differences between noona and unni, depending on whether you are male or female, were overlooked. Probably means this may crop up in further examples or it is expected that these basics are already covered by the user. At times, the sound recordings are quieter than others which can get annoying...Just nitpicking here. On the other hand, I like the review section at the end of the lessons - the different voices and accents of the males and females give you a nice idea of how the words are expressed. But this is literally just listening and repeating phrases. Haven't come across any ACTUAL recall or role-play exercises as of yet. However, I like the pdf as it features Romaja, Hangul, and English as well as the occasional labelled diagram! The audio scenarios are pretty useful too but that's about it. Probably better off learning from their online resources as opposed to concentrating on this package solely.
- L ANDERSON
Confusing placement of words makes it difficult to understand what you're learning. Indications letting the listener know what words mean what would be much easier to understand.