Christi's Korean studies

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Christi
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby Christi » Sun Oct 28, 2018 8:57 pm

Since my last log I've made some progress at counting. Still not good at it but at least I'm improving and managed to understand page numbers and phone numbers and can also produce them myself, usually.

I have also asked my teacher to slow down a bit so hope that will help. The regular classwork is no problem at all, just following the pace of my teacher remains difficult.

I finally got around to creating a course for 안읽어 씨 가족과 책 요리점. It's incomplete but I'm planning on adding a few words to it every week. https://www.memrise.com/course/2105945/ ... s-reading/

I've also discovered 사자성어 and found a few cool sites, like this one https://wiseinit.com/%EC%9C%A0%EB%B9%84 ... C%96%B4-1/

My Korean isn't good enough yet for most of them but I've been looking for easy to use idioms and proverbs. So far I've learned 일석이조 (kill two birds with one stone), 누워서 떡 먹기 (a piece of cake) and 설상가상 (to make matters worse).

See you guys until the next update, probably in a few weeks. I'm a bad logger haha

Ps: would someone mind explaning how to create hyperlinks? Whenever I try it never seems to work, so I've just been posting URLs which make my logs look clunky instead.
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby AndyMeg » Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:31 pm

Christi wrote:Ps: would someone mind explaning how to create hyperlinks? Whenever I try it never seems to work, so I've just been posting URLs which make my logs look clunky instead.

1) First you select a text. For example:

Korean 4 Character Idioms

2) Then you click on the button that says URL and it becomes like this:

[url]Korean 4 Character Idioms[/url]

3) You add an "=" sign after the word "url" in the first pair of brackets. Like this:

(url=)Korean 4 Character Idioms(/url)

In this example I changed the brackets for parentheses so that you could see the whole thing. But you need the brackets, not the parentheses.

4) After the "=" sign you put the URL. Let's use the one you posted:


(url=https://wiseinit.com/%EC%9C%A0%EB%B9%84%EB%AC%B4%ED%99%98-korean-4-character-idioms%EC%82%AC%EC%9E%90%EC%84%B1%EC%96%B4-1/)Korean 4 Character Idioms(/url)

With the brackets it becomes this:
Korean 4 Character Idioms
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Christi
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby Christi » Mon Oct 29, 2018 3:47 pm

AndyMeg wrote:1) First you select a text. For example:

Korean 4 Character Idioms



Thanks! This finally makes sense! Will try it next time I feel like sharing a link :)
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby AndyMeg » Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:15 pm

Christi wrote:Thanks! This finally makes sense! Will try it next time I feel like sharing a link :)

You're welcome. ;)
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby tarvos » Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:23 pm

Christi-씨, 이선생님 누구입니까? 저는 알고 싶어요!
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby Christi » Fri Nov 02, 2018 9:35 pm

tarvos wrote:Christi-씨, 이선생님 누구입니까? 저는 알고 싶어요!


Tarvos 씨는, 한글 학교에 가요 . 그래서 Italki 선생님이 없어요. Tarvos은요?
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby tarvos » Fri Nov 02, 2018 10:05 pm

그럼, 선생님이 여기더 없엉요. 저는 많은 선생님이 있었어요. 아마두를 좋엤어요. 아직 찾고 있어요...

(Als dat onzin is, vertaal ik het wel even straks...mijn Koreaans is niet zo goed :oops: )
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby Christi » Fri Nov 02, 2018 10:40 pm

tarvos wrote:그럼, 선생님이 여기더 없엉요. 저는 많은 선생님이 있었어요. 아마두를 좋엤어요. 아직 찾고 있어요...

(Als dat onzin is, vertaal ik het wel even straks...mijn Koreaans is niet zo goed :oops: )


Haha, er staan wel wat kleine foutjes in, maar je zegt geloof ik dat je veel docenten heb gehad en je nog zoekt. En dat ze misschien niet goed zijn?
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby tarvos » Fri Nov 02, 2018 10:49 pm

Mja, meer dat ik ze niet leuk vind. Ik heb er geen gevonden waar ik bij wil blijven als student. En ik schrijf echt nooit Koreaans x)
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Re: Christi's Korean studies

Postby Christi » Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:37 pm

tarvos wrote:Mja, meer dat ik ze niet leuk vind. Ik heb er geen gevonden waar ik bij wil blijven als student. En ik schrijf echt nooit Koreaans x)


Tbh, I'm taking a class now but the teaching style is just so Korean...
Am considering trying Italki classes once this semester finishes. I don't feel as if going to class is really doing anything for me.
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