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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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What kind of learner are you?

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Thursday at 03:42 PM
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Hello Brooklyn,


That sounds like a great way to practice Korean! It is important to work with various types of contents as well. :)

Enjoy your study and feel free to let us know if you have any inquiries!


Kind regards,

Hyeon Yeong Seo

Team KoreanClass101.com

Brooklyn
Monday at 12:16 PM
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I’m very much a visual learner, I also tend to listen to things over and over. It’s really helps me to remember what I’m learning.


I’ll pick i clip from a Kdrama or song write down what I recognise and then start learning/looking up what I don’t know. I’ll review it again at the end of the week.

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Tuesday at 05:11 AM
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Hi Paisley,


Thank you for posting. You could look online for study materials, like quizzes and test prep.

We also provide quizzes on every lesson (you can see it at the top of the webpage for every lesson or vocabulary list). Tests are also available for some of our basic lessons (and more are coming soon) on the website as well.

Also, you could try to read out a Kpop song lyric (one particular song) after going through a lesson series to see if you know more phrases and words than you did before.


Hello Margaret,


Thank you for sharing with us!

Please let us know if you have any inquiries.


Sincerely,

Lyn

Team KoreanClass101.com

Margaret
Saturday at 08:57 AM
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I am visual and hands on

Paisley
Sunday at 08:42 AM
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I often find myself as a strong visual and verbal learner. But I also find that I remember things better and apply them better if I'm tested over it. This has been true so far in my journey to learning Korean. The only problem is that I have no solid way of quizzing my brain. I currently live in a house with four other people, but I am the only one learning a new language. What might be a good method to test my knowledge every now and then?

KoreanClass101.com
Tuesday at 08:45 AM
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Hi Wesley,


Thanks for sharing with us, that is useful information!


Best,

Lyn

Team KoreanClass101.com

Wesley Wisdom
Saturday at 06:17 AM
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Very much a visual and mimic learner. I typically have to refresh and do something like 2 days of getting new information, and then spending a day reviewing new (and old) information. I've recently taken to putting index cards on items around the house and saying those each time I see them, and trying to use those words in my daily speech rather than English.

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Tuesday at 02:21 PM
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Hi Kiki!


I think it is a very very good way to learn by writing it by hand!! It sticks better into your memory!

Do you speak Chinese and Japanese as well? Wow! :open_mouth:


Have a great day and thank you for posting!

Engla

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Kiki
Friday at 10:22 PM
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:unamused: although I often lose my paper notes after... If possible I also try to avoid translating stuff to Portuguese (my native language) I usually try to compare Chinese and Korean stuff with Japanese :laughing: well, at lest it works for my crazy head

Kiki
Friday at 10:09 PM
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I have to handwrite a couple of sentences to actually learn the words and grammar :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: