Korean Flash Cards Kit: Learn 1,000 Basic Korean Words and Phrases Quickly and Easily! (Hangul & Romanized Forms) by Soohee KimEverything needed to learn to read, write, speak, and understand the basic and most useful words in the Korean language is in this handy set of flash cards—including many hundreds of phrases and sentences using them.
The cards in this volume are a great way to learn Korean and contain the most common words and expressions used in daily Korean communication—concrete nouns as well as verbs and adjectives that form the core Korean vocabulary. These are grouped thematically to enable easy memorization and retention. A sample sentence is given to illustrate the use of the main word on each card which is often a well-known Korean saying or an idiom.
Key features of Korean Flash Cards include:
200 Hole-punched flash cards
Over 1,000 Korean words and sentences
All of the most commonly used-words
Native-speaker audio recordings
Sample sentences in Korean
A 32-page booklet with sorting indexes and practice tips
The FRONT of each card contains:
Main vocabulary word
4 related words and phrases to help you use it.
The BACK of each card contains:
Related words English meanings
Korean script (hangul)
A sample sentence in Korean with romanization and English translation.
40+ Korean Phrases You’ll Need for Smooth Travel
Although straightforward, this expression is a necessary inclusion and is without doubt the most common phrase anyone in Korea will use. There are dozens of variations to account for slightly different situations and levels of respect, which can get fairly complicated for the non-Korean speaker. The trick is to say it quickly and slur the syllables together. Do this and everyone will understand you. Just like its English equivalent, this expression should be used whenever you find yourself suddenly introduced to a new face. In formal settings, this expression is usually accompanied by a bow and a handshake to show respect.
The Korean language lesson offered here is an excerpt from Transparent Language's Korean software program.
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Having lived in both Masan and Seoul, Anthony is a master at Korean charades, and finds that having a few select phrases up your sleeve can save your arms a tiring workout. One way to learn this stuff is to find a Korean coworker or friend and just ask them; but honestly, their explanations can be spotty, marred by weak English skills or general shyness. What you really need is a survival cheat sheet with those words and phrases that are so fundamental that no one ever bothers to mention them. An obvious one, but a necessary inclusion: this is almost certainly the most common phrase anyone in Korea will use. There are dozens of variations to account for slightly different situations and levels of respect, and it can all get really complicated.
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But you might be missing something very crucial for your upcoming trip to Korea: an arsenal of handy Korean phrases. Knowing even basic Korean will help you navigate through and make the best of your time, and hopefully, your experience will motivate you to learn even more of the language! The phrases below will help you get a good handle on some basic Korean, and also help you survive in a travel situation. But if you really want to adequately prepare for a trip and get comfortable with the language, check out the authentic Korean videos on FluentU. FluentU takes real-world videos—like educational clips, music videos, movie trailers and more—and turns them into personalized language lessons.