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NTC's Dictionary of Korea's Business and Cultural Code Words

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Author: Boye Lafayette De Mente
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional (2004)
Binding: Paperback, pages
Summary:
Although Koreans naturally share many cultural characteristics with the Chinese and the Japanese, they also have a unique character and personality that sets them apart from all other Asians. And although Korean attitudes and behavior may be influenced by the modern world, the Korean mindset is still very much shaped by ancient culture and traditions.In "NTC's Dictionary of Korea's Business and Cultural Code Words", Boye Lafayette De Mente explores the meanings and cultural context of the most important "code words" of the Korean language, terms whose significance goes well beyond their literal definitions. The reader is given insights into the character and personality of the Korean people, providing bridges for communicating and interacting with them.
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You Speak Korean! Volume 3 Workbook

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Author: Emily Curtis, Taeyoun Ahn, Heeseung Kang, Haewon Cho
Publisher: ParadigmBusters Publishing (2008)
Binding: Paperback, 116 pages
Summary:
You Speak Korean! is a comprehensive textbook series created by a team of experienced language instructors that emphasizes grammar instruction along with integrated language practice. Each textbook includes three units each with four lessons that cover topics relevant to student life. A preliminary chapter in Volume 1 and Volume 3 allows students to learn and reinforce the basics (such as Han'gul, pronunciation guidelines, basic vocabulary, and honorifics) before delving into the grammar based lessons where an immersion style or Korean-only approach may be used in class. Lessons contain a vocabulary section with special exercises, a dialogue with easy-to-understand language notes, grammar instruction, exercises with both individual and partner activities, and a "Checkpoint" that presents short readings with all the grammar points from the lesson. "Culture Point" and "Language Point" sections throughout the textbook help clarify cultural nuances and proper etiquette. Workbooks offer additional vocabulary, grammar, and four-skill practice based on the content of the textbook. A companion website offers FREE MP3 downloads, answer keys, and links to games and quizzes. Volume 1 and 2 cover the entire first year of an introductory language course. Volume 3 and a forthcoming Volume 4 cover the second year of study at an intermediate level.
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You Speak Korean! Volume 2 Workbook

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Author: Emily Curtis, Soohee Kim, Haewon Cho
Publisher: ParadigmBusters Publishing (2003)
Binding: Paperback, 158 pages
Summary:
You Speak Korean! is a comprehensive textbook series created by a team of experienced language instructors that emphasizes grammar instruction along with integrated language practice. Each textbook includes three units each with four lessons that cover topics relevant to student life. A preliminary chapter in Volume 1 and Volume 3 allows students to learn and reinforce the basics (such as Han'gul, pronunciation guidelines, basic vocabulary, and honorifics) before delving into the grammar based lessons where an immersion style or Korean-only approach may be used in class. Lessons contain a vocabulary section with special exercises, a dialogue with easy-to-understand language notes, grammar instruction, exercises with both individual and partner activities, and a "Checkpoint" that presents short readings with all the grammar points from the lesson. "Culture Point" and "Language Point" sections throughout the textbook help clarify cultural nuances and proper etiquette. Workbooks offer additional vocabulary, grammar, and four-skill practice based on the content of the textbook. A companion website offers FREE MP3 downloads, answer keys, and links to games and quizzes. Volume 1 and 2 cover the entire first year of an introductory language course. Volume 3 and a forthcoming Volume 4 cover the second year of study at an intermediate level.
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You Speak Korean! Volume 1 Workbook

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Author: Emily Curtis, Soohee Kim, Haewon Cho
Publisher: ParadigmBusters Publishing (2003)
Binding: Paperback, 142 pages
Summary:
You Speak Korean! is a comprehensive textbook series created by a team of experienced language instructors that emphasizes grammar instruction along with integrated language practice. Each textbook includes three units each with four lessons that cover topics relevant to student life. A preliminary chapter in Volume 1 and Volume 3 allows students to learn and reinforce the basics (such as Han'gul, pronunciation guidelines, basic vocabulary, and honorifics) before delving into the grammar based lessons where an immersion style or Korean-only approach may be used in class. Lessons contain a vocabulary section with special exercises, a dialogue with easy-to-understand language notes, grammar instruction, exercises with both individual and partner activities, and a "Checkpoint" that presents short readings with all the grammar points from the lesson. "Culture Point" and "Language Point" sections throughout the textbook help clarify cultural nuances and proper etiquette. Workbooks offer additional vocabulary, grammar, and four-skill practice based on the content of the textbook. A companion website offers FREE MP3 downloads, answer keys, and links to games and quizzes. Volume 1 and 2 cover the entire first year of an introductory language course. Volume 3 and a forthcoming Volume 4 cover the second year of study at an intermediate level.
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You Speak Korean! Volume II

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Author: Haewon Cho, Emily Curtis, Soohee Kim
Publisher: ParadigmBusters Publishing (2004)
Binding: Paperback, 280 pages
Summary:
The Volume 2 textbook covers the second semester of an introductory language course. It includes three units each with four lessons that cover topics relevant to student life. Lessons contain a vocabulary section with special exercises, a dialogue with easy-to-understand language notes, grammar instruction, exercises with both individual and partner activities, and a "Checkpoint" that presents short readings with all the grammar points from the lesson. "Culture Point" and "Language Point" sections throughout the textbook help clarify cultural nuances and proper etiquette.
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You Speak Korean! Book 3

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Author: Haewon Cho, Emily Curtis, Soohee Kim
Publisher: ParadigmBusters Publishing (2008)
Binding: Paperback, 313 pages
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The Volume 3 textbook covers the first semester of an intermediate language course. It includes three units each with four lessons that cover topics relevant to student life. A preliminary chapter allows students to learn and reinforce the basics such as using honorifics before delving into the grammar based lessons where an immersion style or Korean-only approach may be used in class. Lessons contain a vocabulary section with special exercises, a dialogue with easy-to-understand language notes, grammar instruction, exercises with both individual and partner activities, and a "Checkpoint" that presents short readings with all the grammar points from the lesson. "Culture Point" and "Language Point" sections throughout the textbook help clarify cultural nuances and proper etiquette.
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You Speak Korean! Volume I

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Author: Haewon Cho, Emily Curtis, Soohee Kim
Publisher: ParadigmBusters Publishing (2003)
Binding: Paperback, 275 pages
Summary:
The Volume 1 textbook covers the first semester of an introductory language course. It includes three units each with four lessons that cover topics relevant to student life. A preliminary chapter in Volume 1 allows students to learn Han'gul, pronunciation guidelines, and basic vocabulary before delving into the grammar based lessons where an immersion style or Korean-only approach may be used in class.<P> Lessons contain a vocabulary section with special exercises, a dialogue with easy-to-understand language notes, grammar instruction, exercises with both individual and partner activities, and a "Checkpoint" that presents short readings with all the grammar points from the lesson. "Culture Point" and "Language Point" sections throughout the textbook help clarify cultural nuances and proper etiquette.
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Your First 100 Words in Korean : Beginner's Quick & Easy Guide to Demystifying Korean Script

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Author: Jane Wightwick
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (2001)
Binding: Paperback, 80 pages
Summary:
Your First 100 Words in Korean removes all the intimidation from learning a language that uses a non-Roman alphabet or script. Learners are shown how to decipher and read the script while they learn 100 primary Korean words. Detachable flash cards illustrate each word and make learning simple. Enjoyable games and puzzles--such as word searches and matching exercises--reinforce recognition and reading skills.
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Your First 100 Words Korean w/Audio CD

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Author: Jane Wightwick
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (2006)
Binding: Paperback, 80 pages
Summary:
For the first time, Your First 100 Words in Korean is available with an audio program, making it an even more effective way to hit the ground running when learning the language. You can be confident that you are pronouncing words correctly thanks to this program's clear presentations, simple skill-building exercises, and games. Basic phrases are introduced that will let you use your new vocabulary in sentences and participate in mini-conversations.
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You Can Speak Korean

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Author: Choonwon Kang
Publisher: Hollym International Corp. (1994)
Binding: Paperback, 128 pages
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A succinct and clear explanation for the learners of Korean! Full-scale grammatical information opening the door to mastering Korean. Lots of great illustrations to help you absorb the meaning of every word. Conversations set in real life situations to make you feel comfortable in any place. Much helpful romanization to accelerate your ability to speak Korean.
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