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Tips for speaking practice

Postby tkmayfie » July 9th, 2010 1:47 am

I'm going to be staying in Seoul for three weeks in Auguse studying at an intensive program at SNU. I want to take full advantage of the time I'll be there and try to learn all I can. One area I am weak at is speaking. Does anyone have any tips on practicing speaking whether its walking about the city, clubs, etc!?!?? Thanks!

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Hello tkmayfie,

Postby timandyou » July 9th, 2010 10:09 am

:o

You are going to visit Korea soon! "WoW~~!"

I can't give you so much detailed info about that since I am not in Korea now.
I know some clubs in Seoul but... I can't recommend you any club since there are tons of different people in clubs.

This is difficult task for me to solve.
Is there anyone who can help tkmayfie?
He/she is looking for good places to practice speaking Korean!

cheers,

Tim 8)

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Postby trutherous » July 9th, 2010 4:07 pm

My advice -- talk talk talk -- everywhere you go - talk. Don't be shy, don't be afraid to make mistakes -- keep talking! And if someone with a uniform and a badge tell you to shut up then start a conversation with him/her too. :lol: :lol: Oh... and don't forget to listen too hehehe.

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Talk, talk, talk!!!

Postby timandyou » July 9th, 2010 5:56 pm

:o

George,
Thanks for sharing your insight.
best,

your friend,
Tim 8)

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Re: Tips for speaking practice

Postby stanleyl.jansen64_227452 » December 10th, 2014 6:33 pm

Thanks a lot for sharing this thread about tips for speaking practice.

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Re: Tips for speaking practice

Postby RosalineD » December 16th, 2014 12:42 am

Woa, what a really great opportunity you got there.

As for the practice, I think the only way to improve is that don't be afraid to talk, talk, and talk. It's just the same method in learning any kind of language that is not your mother tongue.

Can't wait for your update about the trip soon.
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Re: Tips for speaking practice

Postby community.korean » December 18th, 2014 10:48 am

안녕하세요!

Thanks to all for sharing your tips.

I highly agree that it is important not to be afraid to talk.
We can all learn from making mistakes. :)

Regards,
Claire
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Re: Tips for speaking practice

Postby anthonytennant835_228686 » May 25th, 2015 7:07 pm

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