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Korean Flash Cards Kit

Korean Flash Cards Kit

200 flash cards (plus de 1000 mots)


KIM Soohee


Tuttle Publishing

19,90 €

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Paru le : 01 Mars 2015
EAN 13 : 9780804844826

Coffret de 200 flashcards pour réviser les bases du vocabulaire coréen. Les traductions sont en anglais.

Au recto des cartes, vous trouverez le mot principal ainsi que 4 autres mots ou phrases en lien avec ce mot.

Au verso :
- le mot principal avec sa transcription phonétique et sa traduction en anglais
- une phrase d'exemple d'utilisation du mot principal (avec la transcription et traduction)
- la transcription phonétique et la traduction en anglais des 4 mots ou phrases associées


Everything needed to learn to read, write, speak, and understand the basic and most useful words in the Korean language is in this handy set of flash cards—including many hundreds of phrases and sentences using them.

The cards in this volume are a great way to learn Korean and contain the most common words and expressions used in daily Korean communication—concrete nouns as well as verbs and adjectives that form the core Korean vocabulary. These are grouped thematically to enable easy memorization and retention. A sample sentence is given to illustrate the use of the main word on each card which is often a well-known Korean saying or an idiom.

Key features of Korean Flash Cards include:
- 200 Hole-punched flash cards
- Over 1,000 Korean words and sentences
- All of the most commonly used-words
- Native-speaker audio recordings
- Sample sentences in Korean
- A 32-page booklet with sorting indexes and practice tips

The FRONT of each card contains:
Main vocabulary word
4 related words and phrases to help you use it.

The BACK of each card contains:
- Main word
- Related words' English meanings
- Korean script (hangul)
- Romanizations.
- A sample sentence in Korean with romanization and English translation.

Author Bio
Soohee Kim, Ph.D. is on the faculty of the University of Washington's Department of Asian Languages and Literature. She has taught the Korean language to a wide variety of learners in both the US and Asia.

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