Thursday, December 29, 2011

Korean script

I can now phonetically read almost any Korean word put in front of me. The only part I have yet to learn are the dipthongs and double consonants. Basically, dipthongs are two vowel sounds joined together in the same syllable to make a new vowel sound.

I can thank...
Since Judith has not yet finished her sixth lesson--which would deal with the dipthongs I still have to learn--I plan on watching and taking notes on Professor Oh's next two videos:

Learn Korean 3: Double Consonants (and some words)
Learn Korean 4: Dipthongs (complex + compound vowels) with MINI DRAMA!

The girl has some serious video skillz.

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