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If you're talking about someone (yourself, for example), all you need to do is make that clear by fi...
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Heavy use of personal pronouns is quite common in English, simply because the language isn't built t...
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Non-Korean speakers use way too many pronouns! Let's use a simple text to demonstrate this point....
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[h2]5. Overusing Pronouns[/h2] ...
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If you avoid particles, you'll be trying to imitate the natural speech of natives without having any...
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As much as Korean native speakers drop these particles, they know how to use them correctly when the...
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Even though you can and even should omit the above sets of particles in your casual, spoken Korean, ...
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There are many more particles in Korean worthy of discussion, but the above three sets are important...
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Examples of different types of particles include: - Subject-marking particles [...
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[h2]4. Ignoring Particles[/h2] Korean grammar can...
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You should think of the Korean keyboard as a new skill to learn. It can be intimidating at first, bu...
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Secondly, the Korean keyboard is not intuitive for users of the English [notransla...
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By contrast, you'll probably spend much of your time interacting with Koreans online, either through...
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Why? For starters, if you're a learner who lives outside of Korea (and/or doesn't interact with Kor...
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While I believe that it is important (and perhaps even necessary) to learn to handwrite Korean at so...
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The fact that these rules exist, coupled with the exotic nature of the Korean alphabet itself (at le...
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[h2]3. Prioritizing Handwriting over Typing[/h2] ...
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Somewhat similarly, the word for rain [notranslate]"비"
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Consider the word [notranslate]커피
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However, this really doesn't work. Since Korean has so many sounds that sound similar (at least to t...
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That's intimidating for any learner, let alone complete beginners to the language learning process. ...
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Korean also has two similar-sounding "o" sounds ([notranslate]No translation yet
[h2]2. Putting off Pronunciation[/h2] Korean pron...
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Luckily, the Korean writing system is extremely easy to learn. There are 24 letters in the entire al...
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Though the Revised Romanization is said to be the standard in Korea since 2000, the older standard (...
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Whereas learning Romanization first can be a useful tip for languages with extremely difficult writi...
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As a crutch, they then turn to romanization, which is the practice of using English (Latin) letters ...
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[h2]1. Relying on Romanization[/h2] When most peo...
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But you've resolved to take on the (still very doable) challenge, and for that I applaud you. Bef...
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Perhaps best out of all things originating from Korea is its language, which is known for both it's ...
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