PREORDER: TTMIK COMMON MISTAKES KOREAN LEARNERS MAKE

PREORDER: TTMIK COMMON MISTAKES KOREAN LEARNERS MAKE

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PREORDER: TTMIK COMMON MISTAKES KOREAN LEARNERS MAKE

With popular demand, we are pleased to announce that we are official suppliers of Talk to Me in Korean books in the UK. These books are stand alone and also complement/supplement the highly popular TTMIK online courses.

To launch, we are offering these books as preorder with a 5% discount on final list price (discount applied automatically at checkout). Preorders taken only till 28 September 2020 inclusive.

***SOKOLLAB SHIP OUT EXPECTED 26 OCT 2020.

(Dates may be subject to change due flight changes from worldwide events/inbound customs delays)

* If your basket of orders includes PREORDER items, all items will be held until preorder is ready to ship.

TTMIK Blurb:

Avoid these common mistakes and have more confidence!

Making mistakes is a natural part of learning a new language, but knowing which mistakes are commonly made by other learners and how to fix them can save you a lot of time and trouble. This book, which we made in collaboration with Billy from the famous Youtube channel, GO! Billy Korean, will help you learn about the 100 most common mistakes you can avoid when speaking Korean. All Korean learners can benefit from this book as it deals with mistakes made by Korean learners regardless of their level.

Billy’s channel broadly covers topics about Korea from the culture, food, tourist destinations to even Korean dialects. Working on this book with Billy, who is also a Korean learner himself, we were able to better pinpoint what Korean learners struggle with when using Korean.
In addition to introducing common mistakes and why they need to be avoided, we also give you in-depth explanations about how to say the same thing more naturally, along with sample sentences.

You can also listen to native speakers’ pronunciation for each of the sample sentences presented throughout the book. All the sentences are recorded at two different speeds (normal and slow).