Korean Vocabulary Language Study Card

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$6.99
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SKU:
9780804853279
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
ISBN:
9780804853279
Format:
Laminated Card
Date Published:
11/10/2020
Number of Pages:
6
Trim Size:
8 1/2 X 11

A handy cheat sheet providing more than 1,000 key Korean vocabulary words and phrases in an at-a-glance, easy-to-carry format!

This language card is an essential resource for those studying for the TOPIK test, and invaluable for anyone who wants to quickly build their command of Korean vocabulary.

Designed for convenience, this study card is:
  • Laminated: to hold up over time and avoid being ruined by coffee spills
  • 3 hole punched: giving the option to put it in a binder
  • 8.5x11 inches: to easily fit into a folder or notebook alongside other study materials
  • A quick reference: alongside the vocabulary, a chart for the Korean alphabet is also included

Each English vocabulary word is given in Hangul and romanized script, presented in easy-to-read color-coded charts. Online audio recordings give native-speaker pronunciation for every word.

Vocabulary items are laid out in clearly defined sections, including:
  • Daily Expressions
  • Countries, nationalities and language
  • Personal information
  • Numbers & money
  • Months, days of the month & days of the week
  • Seasons
  • Clock time & time expressions
  • Colors
  • Hobbies
  • Food and drink
  • People and families
  • Occupations, education & classroom items
  • Places, transport & direction words
  • Adverbs, verbs & adjectives
  • Parts of the body & clothing
  • Weather, climate and natural disasters
  • Pop culture



About the Author:
Woojoo Kim received a MA from the University of Washington in 2012, specializing in Political Science and International Relations. She was offered a teaching assistantship to teach Korean at the University of Washington in 2010 where she received the award of Distinguished Teaching Assistant. She is currently a lecturer in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern California. Before that, she was a lecturer at the University of Oregon, University of Washington, and University of Michigan, where she taught all levels of Korean. Her research interests are language pedagogy, second language acquisition, and language culture.