Give Me Fluency

Ripping Apart The Spanish Language & Obtaining Fluency

Beginning Glossika Korean

1 Comment

If you’re reading this, chances are you are into language learning, or least interested enough to check it out a bit. If that’s the case, you have probably heard of the Glossika Courses, which can be found at glossika.com. I have used the following courses from Glossika and highly recommend them: Italian, Castilian Spanish, and Mexican Spanish.

I began studying Korean intensely on February 16, 2016 – a little over a month and a half ago. I have been using the textbook called “Korean from Zero” (which can actually be downloaded for free from koreanfromzero.com or purchased on Amazon). This book, so far, has been very instrumental to me for learning vocabulary, the syntax, and the grammatical structure of Korean.

In addition to this text book, I have been watching some videos from “Talk to Me in Korean” on YouTube. These are very informative, in that they often explain how and why something is said in Korean.

Glossika KoreanA couple of days ago, the news came out for the long awaited (at least for me, anyway) Glossika Korean Course. So, naturally, I picked myself up a copy (if that’s the term I can use for an online purchase) and downloaded it. The course consists of loads of MP3 audio and 3 PDF books.

I commenced the course the next day and have really enjoyed it so far. What I love about this course is that the sentences that are presented are in normal, regular speech and I have gotten lots of practice (yes in just a couple of days) reading, writing, listening and speaking Korean.

I’ve already tested out some of what I haved learned with my wife, who is from South Korea. Today she complemented me on my “suddenly-improved” pronunciation and ability to produce complete sentences. This was very encouraging!

GK_1

Writing with Glossika Korean

I can only say a few basic things in Korean, but it it’s going well. I haven’t used Glossika Korean long enough to write a thorough review about it, but I plan to in the future, naturally!

I hope this bit of information will help someone out there who is learning Korean, or any other language. You can let me know if there’s anything I can do for you to help you learn better. 🙂

Until the next post!

-Sam

Advertisements

Author: GiveMeFluency

Language learner, writer, blogger

One thought on “Beginning Glossika Korean

  1. I know some Spanish. Your post reminds me I want to learn more. Will focus just on vocabulary for now. Thanks for your recent visit to my blog.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s