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Korean Phrasebook

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Author: J. D. Hilts, Minkyoung Kim, Lonely Planet Phrasebooks
Publisher: Lonely Planet (2008)
Binding: Paperback, 256 pages
Summary:
Keep your foot safely out of your mouth with this guide to the Korean language. You'll understand the culture and etiquette, be able to get around without getting too lost, and never have to order off the English-language menu. * two-way dictionary * guide to pronunciation and phrase-building * practicalities - how to recycle, how to read road signs * get to grips with Hangul, the Korean alphabet
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Let's Talk in Korean:Short Course in Korean Conversation for Self Study

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Author: Lee K. Pong
Publisher: Hollym International Corporation (1999)
Binding: Vinyl Bound, 319 pages
Summary:
This is a pocket version of "Easy Way to Korean Conversation," but amply revised and supplemented to better meet the needs of talking to Koreans in various situations. Part I deals with the basic words and expressions which are most frequently used and can be easily applied. Part II covers practically all the topics that may interest learners. It would be good to have helpful friends beside you in learning the dialogues and expressions used in this book, and to use the material as a basis for discussion.
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Let's Learn Korean (w/cassette)

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Author: B. J. Jones
Publisher: Hollym Intl (1985)
Binding: Paperback, 64 pages
Summary:
This book does the best job of Romanization, and includes interesting introductory and background material, and explanation of the Korean alphabet, and a wide selection of helpful phrases. This book is designed for beginners learning Korean conversation.
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Yes! You Can Learn Korean Language Structure in 40 Minutes

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Author: Tong-Ku Lee
Publisher: Hollym International Corp. (1999)
Binding: Paperback, 120 pages
Summary:
Readers may feel that the sentence "Learning Korean Structure in 40 Minutes" is somewhat exaggerated. But the focus of this book is to know the structure of Korean alphabet with the unique methodology. Some principles must be kept in mind when you learn Korean with this book. In Chosun Dynasty, confucianism influenced the life style that woman hide inside her home and the culture was driven by the man. Man and labor was the most essential aspect of their industry(agriculture). As a result, a son was held as being much higher than a daughter. Original approach of Korean alphabet was the symbol of heaven, human and earth combination which is the basement of oriental philosophy. However, in this methodology, Korean alphabets are based on the social structure that backs to the past, especially social life of Chosun period. The male character(consonant) comes first and the female letter(vowels) always follows the male letter. But it isn't to imply that the man is better or worth more than the woman. This book shows the simple and easy approach to understand and memorize the order of Korean alphabet. It's not an academic approach but a very practical one. You can easily acquire the basic concept of Korean language structure in 40 minutes and also communicates with others in Korean.
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Korean Word Book with Audio CD

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Author: Marshall R. Pihl
Publisher: Bess Press, Inc. (1994)
Binding: Paperback, 112 pages
Summary:
"Captioned in the Hangul alphabet, phonetic transcription, and English, the Korean Word Book contains 231 entries representing the most commonly used words in the Korean language. "
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Korean through English: Book 3 w/ CDs (3rd Ed)

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Author: Seoul National University
Publisher: Hollym International Corporation (1993)
Binding: Perfect Paperback, 217 pages
Summary:
Designed by the Language Research Institute of Seoul National University, this textbook comprises three volumes, with 25 lessons in each volume. Each lesson is made up of Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Main Text, Grammar, and Exercise sections. The content is easy and interesting as well as educational, and reflects the phonological and grammatical characteristics of Korean. It also introduces aspects of Korean culture in a natural and unaffected way. Above all, the books enable you to study alone, without the aid of a teacher or classroom environment.
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Korean through English: Book 2 w/ CDs (3rd Ed, 2nd Printing Ed)

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Author: Seoul National University
Publisher: Hollym International Corporation (1993)
Binding: Perfect Paperback, 194 pages
Summary:
Designed by the Language Research Institute of Seoul National University, this textbook is part of a 3-volume set, with 25 lessons in each volume. Each lesson is made up of Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Main Text, Grammar, and Exercise sections. The content is easy and interesting as well as educational, and reflects the phonological and grammatical characteristics of Korean. It also introduces aspects of Korean culture in a natural and unaffected way. Above all, the books enable you to study alone, without the aid of a teacher or classroom environment.
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Korean through English: Book 1 w/ CDs (2nd Ed, 3rd Printing Ed)

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Author: Seoul National University
Publisher: Hollym International Corporation (1993)
Binding: Perfect Paperback, 141 pages
Summary:
"Designed by the Language Research Institute of Seoul National University, this textbook comprises three volumes, with 25 lessons in each volume. Each lesson is made up of Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Main Text, Grammar, and Exercise sections. The content is easy and interesting as well as educational, and reflects the phonological and grammatical characteristics of Korean. It also introduces aspects of Korean culture in a natural and unaffected way. Above all, the books enable you to study alone, without the aid of a teacher or classroom environment. "
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Korean through Active Listening: Book I w/ cassettes (Revised Ed)

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Author: Young-A Cho, In-Jung Cho
Publisher: Hollym International Corporation (2000)
Binding: Paperback, 135 pages
Summary:
"Please note that this is the new version of Elementary Task-Centered Listening Comprehension of Korean. This book is intensive listening comprehension course for beginner to advanced beginner-level students. It makes learning Korean as well as listening to Korean easy and fun. This book is intended to help the learner listen for meaning not listen to every word to do a task but the overall message of what someone is saying."
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Teach Me More Korean Teaching Guide

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Author: Judy Mahoney
Publisher: Teach Me Tapes (2000)
Binding: Paperback, 20 pages
Summary:
"Not just for teachers! Packed with lesson plans to complement both Teach Me... Korean and Teach Me More... Korean, the teaching guide includes additional activities with learning objectives, materials lists, expanded vocabulary and pronunciation keys." A supplemental guide designed for teachers and parents to expand the learning experience with Teach Me More Korean.
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