Learning Korean language with Grammar and Phonetics can be quite fascinating
Learn Korean in Singapore is complex and quite fascinating, and whether you are learning it for fun or business, there are several steps that you need to complete as a beginner, to grasp the basics. These include:
• The alphabet
• Building vocabulary
• Conversational phrases
• Understanding formal and informal speech patterns
For people who are motivated to learn this language, here are some reasons why you should be optimistic about becoming proficient.
Verbs are conjugated in the same way are a European language, and there are no complicated auxiliaries. Unlike English, this language past, future and progressive verb tenses have a consistent pattern, which can be learnt very quickly. This is also the same for passive and active verbs, adverbs, and adjectives.
For an English speaker, there is nothing complicated about Korean phonetics. Unlike Hebrew or Arabic, there are no guttural sounds. Unlike some Eastern European languages, there are no consonant clusters to trip you up. Just like Italian, Korean is pronounced, roughly the same as it is written
The word order is at times difficult to master and is possibly the hardest part of all to get to grips with. For an English speaker, Korean is back to front. I went to the shop,’ in this language would be ‘I to the shop went.’ The trick for learning longer sentence structures is to break them down into the subject, main verbs, and adjectives.