This website allows students to sign up and post an journal written in Korean and native Koreans will correct for them.
In addition, students will be able to find and make friends.
2) My Language Exchange Students who wish to learn Korean can make use of this website to find partners to help them to practice languages with each other.
This website provides some resources for listening as well as documented PDFs on how the grammar is being used.
Student can use it as a supplement in addition to the textbook.
2) Naver Naver has an extensive user geerated content as well as features.
- Naver webtoons 1) Naver Dictionary Naver has a mobile dictionary application. 2) Genie Talk This app is similar to Google Translate.
Andriod - There is a dedicated app for Naver dictionaryi Phone - Download the Naver app and then navigate to the dictionary section 2) Daum Dictionary 1) Sim Simi This is a chatting robot app where you can type in Korean and it'll reply in Korean. Type in English and it will translate your phrase to Korean. Credit: A student from the 55th Intake (Sorry, I don't know your name.
If you'd like to have your name up here, please email us).
Duration of Korean language studies: Textbooks used: Other information: e.g.
TOPIK grade, studied in Korea etc________ Q: Saturday classes (35 hours) are shorter than weekday classes (36 hours). A: The content covered is the same, except that Saturday lessons are more intensive than weekday lessons as there are lesser hours.________ Q: Can I request for the same teacher to teach me for my next class?
A: Every intake, the teachers are evaluated and assigned based on their schedules to the level they are most comfortable teaching.