I found a great site for reading practice.
Basically, it is an online graded reader made for students, starting from elementary and continuing through high school, so you can start from the beginning of your studies.
It starts off with just learning how to pronounce the 한글, then it moves on to vocabulary and eventually sentences and short stories. It even starts including Hanja, the Chinese characters used in Korean.
You can check it out here.
If you can’t yet read Korean, click on where it says 초등학교 (elementary school). It should be the second item in the menu at the top of the page. You can just start there and move through the items at your own pace. Then you can move on to 중학교 (middle school)and 고등학교(high school).
This is a great resource for anyone using the “pure” tadoku approach.
Today I will share a resource that I downloaded a long time ago, but only started using recently. It’s a podcast for Japanese speakers who want to learn Korean. Read on to find out why I think it is a worthwhile resource.
Continue reading “Learn Korean in Japanese!” »
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.
Continue reading “Laddering So Far” »
We have entered a new year, which means
ridiculously grand resolution, I mean attainable daily goals time.
Here’s my list.
Continue reading “New Year Goals” »
One big reason I started this blog was to track my progress in learning Japanese. I’d like to introduce myself as well as my intentions with this section of the blog.
Continue reading “【日本語】Journey in japanese – Intro” »