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.
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Have you have ever struggled to read the titles of your favorite K-dramas because of the fancy font? Do you sometimes wonder what Korean handwriting says because you cant entirely make out all the letters? Do you just want to learn to read and write Hangeul better? After studying with this book, you too will be a Hangeul master. We cover all the Hangeul letters in detail and give you tips on how to easily read Korean handwriting or fonts. This book has all the essentials to help you learn Hangeul, including a history of Hangeul, pronunciation and the stroke order of the 40 Hangeul letters, how letters are combined into syllables, and how to link sound together when speaking Korean. Free downloadable audio files are provided to help develop better pronunciation. Throughout the book, there are "time-out" sections that serve as a short study break. These sections contain cultural tidbits and facts related to Korean, including abbreviations in Korean slang, Chinese characters in the Korean language, and more.
Table of content
Chapter I. The History of Hangeul Chapter II. Introduction to Hangeul “Time-out #1” When Do Koreans Learn Hangeul? Chapter III. Learn Hangeul Unit I. Single Vowels (단모음) Unit II. Consonants (자음) Part 1 Unit III. Consonants (자음) Part 2 (Aspirated Consonants) Drills and Exercises (Unit I ~ Unit III) Unit IV. Compound Vowels (이중모음) Part 1 – y+vowel Unit V. Compound Vowels (이중모음) Part 2 – w+vowel and u+i Drills and Exercises (Unit IV ~ Unit V) Unit VI. Bat-chim (받침, Final Consonants) Unit VII. Double Consonants (쌍자음) Unit VIII. Compound Consonants as Bat-chim (겹받침) Unit IX. Linking Sounds in Korean Drills and Exercises (Unit VI ~ Unit IX) Final Test “Time-out #2” You Know More Korean Than You Think Chapter IV. Hangeul Handwriting Unit I. Korean Handwriting Tips “Time-out #3” Abbreviations in Korean Slang Unit II. Practice Your Handwriting “Time-out #4” Shortening Sentences Without Sacrificing Meaning Unit III. Korean Handwriting Quiz “Time-out #5” Chinese Characters in the Korean Language Answers