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News #184 - 3 Tactics For Boosting Your Korean Listening Skills at KoreanClass101
When it comes to listening to and understanding Korean, most beginners struggle. They hear the few words they know. And the rest just fly in one ear and out the other. Does this happen to you too?Ends Friday! Click here to get a quick 30% OFF Premium!In this Sunday News, you’re going to learn 3 tactics ​that are guaranteed to sharpen your listening and comprehension skills. We’re talking about special listening lessons, features and learning methods.
News #183 - 3 Steps To Making Measurable Progress in Korean
What if you could actually track your Korean progress? Ask most learners how much Korean they know and they’ll say “Well, I can speak some...” But what if you could say “I know 400 words. I can introduce myself. I can speak Korean for 5 minutes.”Bundle Sale! Get 28% OFF & a FREE Korean Audiobook!In this Sunday News, you’ll learn how to track your Korean progress and improve. Yes, you can do it at KoreanClass101. Plus, find out how you can get a BIG 28% OFF any plan and a free audiobook!
Idioms And Phrases #15 - What If We Don’t Have Time to See Everything in Korea!!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You have been called in for questioning in a Korean crime spree. For some reason, they believe you hold the answers they have been looking for. What could you possibly know?! Nearby, in a smoke-filled room, two officers sit at a desk, eyeing you suspiciously. Since you aren't from Korea, they take for granted that they can speak Korean without you understanding a word they are saying! Lucky for you, you have been studying Korean for quite some time, so you understand EVERYTHING! You overhear one officer say to the other in Korean, "What if he's innocent?" The other officer replies abruptly in Korean, "What if he's NOT?!" The first officer argues angrily in Korean, "What if we have the wrong man?! What if our guy is still out there and you arrest an innocent man?!" The second officer arrogantly replies, "Well, what if we don't!" They may keep you here the rest of your vacation! All you can think at this point is, "What if I don't have time to see the rest of Korea! In fact...what if I never see home again!" Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Idioms and Phrases lesson will teach you how to say "What if..." in Korean. We will also talk about the Korean Phrase of the Lesson meaning, "Everyone has a skeleton in their closet" in English. Visit us at KoreanClass101 when you will find many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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News #182 - The Inner Circle Kicks Off! Exclusive Tips, Tools & Success Strategies For Mastering Korean
Why do most Korean learners float around without making progress? And the top learners that are speaking native-­level Korean... What are they doing differently?Click Here To Get 20% OFF 1­-Year Premium and Inner Circle AccessYou’re about to find out with the Inner Circle. The Inner Circle is an exclusive monthly newsletter that gives you tried and true learning methods, success strategies and more.From setting goals that guarantee success and staying motivated, to strategies for having a 30-minute conversation in Korean, mastering vocab and more. In this Sunday News, you’ll learn all about the Inner Circle and how you can join.
Intermediate Lesson S2 #13 - You Learned Korean, But You Still Don’t Know This!
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Today may be the most stressful day of your life! You have been in Korea for almost two years and you have fallen head over heels in love with a beautiful Korean girl...who just happened to be your Korean tutor, too. But in all your Korean training...she never prepared you for this! You nervously climb into a cab to make you way across town to meet her. The cab driver, sensing your terrible demeanor, asks what's wrong. You spill forth in Korean, "Last week was my last Korean lesson, but I still don't know how to ask the most beautiful Korean girl the most important question in Korean!" The sensitive cabbie replies in Korean, "Even though you are nervous, I am sure you will do fine!" You decide to practice your line on the cabbie...you know...see what he thinks? Panicked, you ask him in Korean, "Even though we're still young, I know we were meant to be!" Shocked, the driver amusedly looks back at you and says in Korean, "Even though you are cute, you are really not my type!" Ugh! Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Intermediate lesson will teach you how to say the Korean phrases meaning "even though..." and "but still." These could come in very handy in your travels through Korea for a number of reasons! Even though you're unprepared now, you won't be after this Korean lesson! Visit us at KoreanClass101 when you will find many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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