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Korean Short Stories for Complete Beginners 30 Exciting Short Stories to Learn Korean Grow Your Vocabulary the Fun Way
Audio Lessons on the Go. Listen to audio lessons and follow along with 200+ pages of transcript, grammar, and sample sentences right on your eReader. Over 6 hours of fresh and unique lessons. The Chosun-ilbo is a major Korean daily newspaper founded in 1920 during the Japanese colonial period and was shut down in 1940. The newspaper returned to publication after Japanese surrender and is still one of the leading newspapers in the Republic of Korea today. Topics: 朝鮮日報, Chosun Ilbo, 조선일보, Korea, Newspapers.
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Best Books To Learn Korean
30 Korean Short Stories for Complete Beginners One of the smartest ways to improve fluency is to read stories in your chosen language. Finding appropriate literature can be tough when you're just starting out, but this collection of 30 short stories is a fun and entertaining way of learning Korean vocabulary and grammar. Each story is around 300 words, making them very quick reads without overwhelming you. Crafted for beginners, this is ideal for newcomers who are trying to approach fluency in a natural way. Rapidly Learn New Vocabulary Classes often emphasize the most proper way of speaking and writing a language, but that's rarely found with native speakers. These stories will help you learn how Korean is commonly written and conveyed with natural dialogues and expressions. Following each story is a list of interesting words used in the story along with an English translation. No more reaching for a Korean-to-English dictionary when encountering uncommon words. Grasp the Grammar Each story has a mixture of simple dialogue, descriptive sentences and everything in-between. This allows you to pick up how sentences are commonly written along with how to describe scenery, items and people, giving you an overall and detailed way of understanding the written language. Reading and Listening Skills Each story is only 300 words, giving you an engaging yet simple story that you can quickly read through. We also supply you with a free audio file so that you can follow along and understand how each word is said and how the sentences should be read. This is narrated by a native Korean speaker, ensuring every inflection is correct. With this book you'll get: 30 short stories--each story just 300 words long, 110 pages 60 minutes of audio from a native Korean speaker Their English translation after each paragraph If you want to improve your reading fluency as quickly and naturally as possible, then this book is ideal. Not only that, but each story is interesting, and you can read them in a matter of minutes.