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´╗┐here languages differ, but also, crucially, where they are the same. I originally started with web resources, but here the stuff I credit with really advancing me properly, roughly in the order I read or used it:1. TTMIK Hangeul Master. It really easy to pick up hangul basics so spending $20 on a book that superficially just about the alphabet might seem silly. But the harder part to learn isn really the symbols, it the pronunciation. You need to get to grips with the various sound change rules that apply when various characters are adjacent to each other, and with the pronunciation differences between the normal and tense consonants, and so on. If you can look at a word and confidently form its sound in your head you can read or write efficiently, so this is crucial. TTMIK book is really a solid package: You get the basics (the symbols, the stroke order, etc. ) but also a good introduction to the sound change rules, not just on paper but also in really well done supplementary audio resources and quizzes (where many books fail). Finally there a second section on various Korean handwriting styles that I found surprisingly useful (Korean TV shows and other materials often use pen scripts that can be hard to read without spending some time with this). 2. To complement the above, the Korean Wiki Project has a lot of good sound files for various character combinations.

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at, especially for practice (it has work books), but I don think they as accessible as Go books, and not as well structured as Korean Grammar in Use. I think it best to start this series as supplementary fodder after the above. 6. I used Anki flashcards for vocab training, but I don feel like flashcards work well for me. I find it hard to retain words without sufficient context. The vocab I pick up while reading about grammar sticks much better. To really bulk up on vocab I recommend studying enough grammar so you can dissect even more complicated sentences, and then start reading prose with the aid of a dictionary. Get some children book or YA fiction and Nike Metcon 2 work your way up. 7. .

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need to start to be able to find your way around in sentences, form your own, and develop a solid basis from which to attack more advanced areas. 4. Korean Grammar in Use is another excellent book series. It doesn do hangul or vocab, instead focussing on numerous grammar forms. It well structured and benefits from great page layout, and is exactly what you need after Go books to progress further. It a bit harder to get ahold off; I got mine from Korean sellers on Amazon without problems though. 5. The Integrated Korean series has a deservedly good reputation as being suitable for self study and being well rounded and comprehensive.

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