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JohnThompsonJTSoftware939
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Sentence diagraming

Postby JohnThompsonJTSoftware939 » May 16th, 2012 2:37 am

How about option for diagramming the lesson dialog sentences? (i.e. illustrating the grammatical parts of the sentences. I.e. you do it verbally in the beginner lessons, perhaps it could be automated on the web page.) Doing it in the PDF would be great too.

Thanks.

-John

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Postby jaehwi » May 16th, 2012 11:46 am

Hello John,

By 'illustrating the grammatical parts of the sentences', do you mean highlighting the grammar points in a sentence and giving detailed explanation for each in the lesson notes too?

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Neha/KoreanClass101.com

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JohnThompsonJTSoftware939
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Sentence diagramming

Postby JohnThompsonJTSoftware939 » May 17th, 2012 2:56 am

Something like:

저 는 김경미 입니다
pronoun SMP noun verb root + present formal

(Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to use a fixed-width font here, so the columns don't line up above. Basically, each part is in it's own column.)
You could also color-code the parts and/or underline them, or use other graphics to make it pretty.

Perhaps optionally include the literal translation and romanization.

저 는 김경미 입니다
jeo neun gimgyeongmi im nida.
I - Kyoungmi Kim to be (am)
pronoun SMP noun verb root + present formal

In Jr. High we had to do something similar in English, which they called "sentence diagramming".

It might also be multi-level. Using an English example:

John is in the park.
noun verb preposition definite article noun
___________________________________
prepositional phrase
_______ _________________________________________
subject predicate

Thanks.

-John

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Hi

Postby jaehwi » May 25th, 2012 3:16 pm

Hi John,

Thank you for the suggestion. For new series for beginner level, let us consider your suggestion when we deveop our lesson notes. We're going to have New upper beginner level lessons soon, so we hope we can introduce more helpful lesson notes with your idea.

Thank you again. If there's anything that we can help you, please let us know.

Thank you!


Jaehwi / KoreanClass101.com

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Re: Hi

Postby SeeingLifeAnew » May 9th, 2013 7:33 am

jaehwi wrote:We're going to have New upper beginner level lessons soon, so we hope we can introduce more helpful lesson notes with your idea.


Don't you have enough Beginner level lessons?

    Newbie Season 1
    Newbie Season 2
    Newbie Season 3
    Newbie Season 4
    Absolute Beginner Season 1
    Absolute Beginner Season 2
    Beginner Season 1
    Beginner Season 2
    Beginner Season 3
    Beginner Season 4
    Beginner Season 5

For Intermediate and Advanced, this is all you have, excluding the blogs:
    Lower Intermediate Season 1
    Lower Intermediate Season 2
    Intermediate Season 1
    Intermediate Season 2
    Upper Intermediate Season 1
    Advanced Season 1


It astounds me that you feel the need for MORE Beginner lessons.


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