If you want to improve you’re English speaking skills, you’ve come to the right place! I’m going to give you one a favourite English speaking tip. This one is about how to open a conversation in English.
Hi everyone, it's been a long time. I keep meaning to post more, but Korea is less relevant to me these days. I still blog, but now it is usually only about cycle touring, which has been a new and exciting hobby I have been doing since coming to Australia.
Anyway, I thought I'd address the controversial topics of immigration and integration for my first post since over a year ago, and relate it to Korea to keep things relevant.
71 Tips for Speaking English There are many reasons why someone wants to practice speaking English. Perhaps you need to speak English well to get a job such as a flight attendant, doctor or teacher. Maybe you need to speak English fluently to get into a university program like international …
What would it mean for you to be able to speak English more freely and fluently? Would you be able to get that job you want? Get accepted into a prestigious program in a university? Go abroad to study? Travel and not worry about communication? Get a high score on a speaking test? Find a boyfriend or girlfriend from a foreign country?
Due to suspected cheating, last summer the ACT exam was cancelled for all test-takers in South Korea & Hong Kong in what became the first cancellation of the exam to ever affect an entire country, a decision that prevented some 5,500 students from taking the exam at 56 different test centers.
Here's the fourteenth and final episode of the "Learn Hangul" series - a series designed to help you learn the Korean alphabet from the very beginning to the end.
This video series covers all of the basics. We've learned all of the basic vowels and consonants, all 6 syllable blocks, double consonants, strong consonants, diphthongs, the names of the letters, as well as all major and common sound change rules.
Today's episode will cover the final few sound change rules.
Thanks for watching this series, and I'm looking forward to new and different series related to learning Korean in the future~!
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I love Seoul, I love HBC (Haebangcheon), and I love the Naciri brothers’ Casablanca Moroccan Sandwiches (6,000₩). I’ve been coming here for years and this post is long overdue. I used to always get the Naomi (half chicken/half shrimp sandwich), but now they also have shakshuka and a platter (deconstructed sandwich).