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Top 7 Lessons You'll Need To Improve Your Language Skills

Top 7 Lessons You'll Need To Improve Your Language Skills

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Remembering and recalling Korean words that you've studied can be a difficult task. When you learn a new language, what methods do you use to remember words? Perhaps you listen to music, or maybe you make flashcards. Check out our list above of the top ways to remember Korean words. Maybe you can steal one for yourself!
Having a good strategy is critical when learning something new, and learning Korean is no exception. This list covers the Top 10 Learning Strategies that people use when studying a foreign language. Check out the list and see which strategies work for you!
Successful Korean learners always have a monthly goal. Goals are a great way to track your progress and stay motivated. Do you have a monthly Korean learning goal? Check out some of the most common language learning goals below and steal one for yourself!
Motivation is a critical component of learning. Motivation gives you the fuel and desire to stay committed to your studies. How do you motivate yourself when learning Korean? See how others are staying motivated in our list below.
Every Korean learner has their own unique style of learning that works for them. What's your favorite way to learn Korean? Do you prefer a certain method? See how other students learn Korean and steal some for yourself!
Do you have a question about one of our KoreanClass101 lessons? Getting help from qualified Korean teachers is the fastest way to improve your Korean skills. Ask any of these questions to our Premium PLUS teachers and get on the fast track to fluency!
Learning a new language can be a life-changing experience. It can be a doorway to a completely different culture or a new way of thinking. See what others have said about language learning with the Top 10 Korean Quotes About Learning A Language.
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avatar Monday at 12:59 pm

How do you study Korean? Let us know!

avatar Friday at 10:16 pm


Thanks for sharing!
Please let us know if you have any other inquiries.


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avatar Monday at 6:48 pm

Hi Tana,

It sounds like you have a systematic way of studying Korean, very impressive! Also curious as to what your story is about. 😄
Please keep up the good work!


avatar Tana Sunday at 10:19 am

I’m a bookworm, so I write it down. To me, it isn’t official until it’s on paper. With vocabulary lists and flashcards, I often make a powerpoint of them so I can move them around until I have them in the order I want. To make up for when I don’t have anyone to talk to, I print out pictures of Koreans to train my mind to associate the Korean words with something besides my notebook. My ultimate goal is to be able to translate for South Korean missionaries that visit the area, so I know I’ll need to speak it. Also, just for fun, I’m writing a story in Korean. I also write in my journal in Korean. So, I often have three different notebooks spread out when I’m studying Korean.