Learn a language like a native
I'm currently in Korea with a Korean wife and two children so before I can guarantee my influence in my daily life. I have and I learned in Korea for the best four year period. The work of the English teacher, most of the day, is only a fraction of Korean influence. It comes from my students. I spend the rest of the day at home with my oldest son (six years) talking better Korea to Korea. This is to be understood as immersion is much more than mine.
So far so good.
My previous methods have simply been the most common words learned. The other word comes from personal experiences. I'm not much of a believer in losing a headline in a textbook or having flash cards, but in a more natural learning environment. I have often heard the problem of people reading a word in another language and saying it in a very different way than the native one. The situation becomes more annoying when you hear the indigenous man and says, "That's what I said."
Over the years, I've put out honest words, so the question is to answer someone. All in all, I had a small pocketbook I was wearing (back in the UK) to try and learn the best part of the 20 words a week. Obviously, this fact has not been reminded of 100%, but a bit to immerse yourself.
My song, as I mentioned earlier, that I learned through the silence of people, can say, for example, yes, no, thank you for how much is there, how much, and so on. you can learn and learn a language, but if it's a real situation and talk to you, what exactly are you doing?
So the main rule is to hear and understand it first and then to answer the small sentences. Obviously, there is a try and error here, for success is what people say in another language will not be so high for a while.
Dive is key.
For many, this is not always easy. I live in Korea, but I'm not as concerned about the language as I'm in a Korean marriage that provides some shelter. Therefore, I do not experience the same elements as a single person.
I'm mainly studying the K Pop (Korean pop music). This sounds strange, but it's actually very easy to record. If you go online and find the texts to print, including Korean and English, it will help keep track of the sounds and definitions. For me, this is like an awakening of 80. Born with pop and electro like Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, KLF, etc. Now, Korean artists such as Big Bang listen to music is another fun element for learning.
PSY – Gangnam Style
Bigbang – Lovesong
Bigbang – Monster
Wondergirls – Like This
Good songs with Korean language learning:
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