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Survival Korean: How to Communicate without Fuss or Fear - Instantly!




By bookshelf-hj - Posted on 02 April 2011 - Update on 02 April 2011

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Author: Boye Lafayette De Mente
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing (2005)
Binding: Paperback, 128 pages
Summary:
A handy guide to the Korean language, Survival Korean contains basic vocabulary necessary for getting around. The pronunciation for each Korean word in the book follows a precise and simple formula that will quickly become so familiar that speaking Korean shortly feels just as "normal" as conversing in English. The material is divided into four parts, including: *Common Expressions and Key Words *Essential Communication Tools *Travel Vocabulary and Useful Expressions *Pronunciation Guides for Key Names and Signs Each part contains a range of relevant vocabulary, useful phrases, and the minimum of grammatical explanation needed to allow users to convey exactly what they want to say. The book also contains an A-Z index with more than 1,000 additional words and their pronunciation for quick reference.
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