To speak a foreign language fluently, you need to engage your mind and your senses. This means that you have to expose yourself to the target language frequently and in different contexts. It also requires a lot of listening practice and not just passive listening. I’ve used and still use various methods for learning a […]
We know our viewers or students learning online are interested in learning Korean language who may want to know how they can learn Korean language through self study since most of the people learning Korean language are either scholars studying subjects apart from Korean or doing jobs. In order to be fluent in Korean language […]
한국의 겨울 (Winter In Korea) 안녕하세요 여러분~ Today we’ll learn about winter in Korea. First let’s start with a small conversation between Nisha and Amit. 니샤: 나는 한국의 겨울을 좋아해요. 아미트 씨는 어때요? nisya: naneun hangugui gyeoureul johahaeyo. amiteu ssi neun eottaeyo? 아미트: 너무 추워서 나랑 안 맞아요. 나는 따뜻한 날씨를 좋아해요. amiteu: neomu […]
This is lesson 18 of Learn Korean through Hindi series. You will learn some very useful Korean expressions and gammar patterns.
In this lesson, we will learn how to ask questions about family and how to talk about your family.
In this lesson, we will learn some important Korean grammar patterns like (으)ㄹ까요, (으)세요 etc.
The October batch of the Certificate Course in Korean is going to start on 17th October, 2020 and the registrations for the same are already closed now. We have received messages from some of you who couldn’t complete the registration on time but unfortunately (or should we say, fortunately) all the seats for the batch […]
Hangeul, the alphabet of Korean language, is one of the easiest language scripts to learn. It has one of the most scientific and logical writing and phonetic systems. Hangeul is so easy that one can easily learn to read and write Hangeul in 1 hour. Especially for Indian learners, it is much more easier as […]
In this lesson we will learn Numbers in Korean. There are two number systems in Korean and it can be really confusing in the beginning but you will get used to it quickly. The two number systems are – 1. Native Korean Numbers and 2. Sino-Korean Numbers. The Sino Korean numbers are derived from Chinese […]
Do you know that Korean language has a lot of similarities with Hindi and other Indian languages? Things like the word order in sentences, the concepts of post-positions or case markers and honorifics are very similar in Korean and Hindi. And that makes learning Korean language through Hindi much more easier and efficient than learning […]