In an effort to improve my reading in Korean (which was always my worst skill), I decided to do some old-fashioned sentence learning. This might be useful for beginner or intermediate learners. Continue reading “[한국어] Back to the Basics and Then Some” »
So, I’ve decided to pick up my Korean again.
This time, however, I’m using the laddering method, using Japanese as my base.
How is it going, you ask. Here’s the answer.
Love it or hate it, it’s playing a big role all over the internetz right now. This is a short post about 5 ways you can use Twitter to get better at your L2. Any of you language learners who already have a Twitter account are most likely already doing some of these things, but you should read it anyway. Then get back to your L2.
Hello all and 今晩は。This is just a quick post to share my SRS formats. If you have any ideas for other formats, I’m open to experimentation. In fact, that’s the part that keeps me going. Finding out new things, keeping what works, trashing what doesn’t. For now, I use two decks, one for kanji and one for everything else (vocab, sentences, production). I will probably combine them at some point. Anyways, here are some examples of cards I use.