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Thank you guys, korean people , so much. Im so grateful. Im currently starting learning korean. There are many korean live in my neighborhood (its nickname is korean town). I really want to have a chat with them.
Hi all. I know basic korean and am having a hard time looking for a place with some good intermediate korean... Any suggestions? Ty for any suggestions
I tried to translate some korean manga but rely heavily on a korean-english dictionary...
edit: Ok so I'm guessing not many people here know some good sites so I'll start posting some of the ones Im finding into one huge list .... i might add some reviews
Review: By far IMO I think this is the best one. It has text with smooth audio and has translations towards the bottom. ;]
Review: Not sure how this site works but you have to register to access their courses. I dont know about you guys but Id rather not register...
Review: seems to have good lessons but it all downloads as .RAM and I'm not sure how to open it. More on that later though if I figure it out.
Okay. These are all audio files that can be played from Real Alternative so if you like audio, this is for you.
Review: skimmed this over. It looks like a compiled PDF thats really helpful since it privdes korean text along with an english translation below. My only complaint so far is the korean written in english part...
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Here's a useful guide I found for new learners and old to brush up on some grammar: LP's Korean Grammar Guide. I'd also recommend VisionWorks' Hangul Phonics. And as for typing, I remember this free tool 뽁뽁이 타자 (BBTaja) that teaches you how to type Korean--my typing speed increased using this program.
If you have any questions or need help, I'm willing to help. ^^ Just drop a PM.
I'm trying to have these characters typed out and am looking for a korean writing pad, similar to huazidian.com (chinese writing pad) with menu etc.
Is there any known writing pad available?
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Originally Posted by The_kidSince your post was a character recognition+accuracy related question, I have made a normal thread on TA main board: link
Please continue your general discussion on Korean study subjects here.
To All: To reply the question The_kid posted, please use the thread.
I made a post in the thread to answer the question.
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