Need to polish up your pronunciation? In this five-part class, you will tackle the most difficult pronunciation problems that foreigners have when learning to speak Korean. We have broken down lessons into digestible chunks with examples for you to follow and practice with your teacher. You will not only learn different pronunciation rules, but also be able to read and practice with a native speaker to make your Korean sound more natural.
This course is broken down into 5 fun classes, during which you will learn:
• Aspirated consonants ㅍ, ㅌ, ㅊ, ㅋ
• Nasal Assimilation of ㄱ, ㄷ, ㅂ
• Reading Double Final Consonants
• Different Ways to Pronounce 의
• Tense consonants ㄲ, ㄸ, ㅃ, ㅆ, ㅉ
• Beginner to Intermediate Students (including low-beginner students who can read Hanggeul)
• Students with trouble pronouncing or reading Korean
• Students who want to refine their pronunciation with a tutor
• Students who appreciate learning more about a different aspect of the Korean language
• Linguists or polyglots with an interest in how certain sounds are made in Korean
|Tense Consonants: How Do You Pronounce '학생'?|
|Different Ways to Pronounce '의'|
|Aspirated Consonants: How Do You Pronounce '어떻게'?|
|Nasal Assimilation: How Do You Pronounce '한국말'?|
|How Do You Read Double Final Consonants?|
Good course. I’ve benefitted from this by not only practicing proper formal speech usage, but also by learning more cultural phrases and facts that you can’t necessarily learn in a class setting. My teacher was also super kind and bilingual (which is important). She made learning so much more fun and personalised.
Even before the lesson I was impressed by the the materials you sent, which allowed me to prepare for the conversation. I got A LOT of speaking practice. To the point where my tutor could interrupt me slightly more often when I made mistakes (But all of those corrections I could access in the tutor feedback after the lesson so that's great).
Thank you so much for creating this course. As a Vietnamese learner, I don’t have much access to native speakers and my school ALWAYS run out of space for students. I am super glad to have this opportunity to study Korean with my SAY teacher.