GMS Korean: Day 4

Today seemed a little daunting. The first few sentences were pairs of phrases that go together. But honestly, It wasn’t that much more difficult. And it didn’t really have a lot. But I’m glad that it’s slowing getting more and more complex. And also, I’m getting lots of practice with simple and functional things. This is how real Koreans speak. And you’ll get a lot of different registers. It’s just like how Korean is. There’s no other way to put it.

I took a 5 minute break halfway through the dictation and right after the dictation as well. After recording, I feel alright. But I didn’t want to do the recording today. However, I went through it slowly and I went over the harder parts. I see an improvement for sure. I’ve decided to listen to the GSR right before I go to bed.

That’s all for now. Here’s a sample of today’s practice.

4 thoughts on “GMS Korean: Day 4

  1. I just purchased Glossika Korean. I’m curious about the progress you have made since October. Any tips or suggestions you’ve learned along the way? Thanks!

    • Just do it daily. If you’re new to Korean don’t use it. Take your time with it. It should maybe take up an hour and a half to two hours. If it takes more time, break it up.

  2. I’ve been searching for you for a couple of years, ever since I decided to get back into studying Hangul seriously again. I’d had so much fun with Hangul Type Attack, and it worked so perfectly for the way I learn, so you can imagine how unhappy I was to learn the site was gone. I enjoyed your touch typing practice so much! I’m sure that with your fluency you don’t need a practice like that anymore, but it worked so well I still retain the muscle memory for ㅁ, ㄴ, ㅇ, ㄹ, and ㅎ (because those were the ones I practiced the most, of course). I need to get the vowels and all the other jamo back, but without your program I’m stumped as to how to proceed. Did you scrap the entire project, or do you still have the code around somewhere? Please let me know; I’m not in Korea, so I can’t sign up for the online kiddy typing tutor on Naver. I can’t make the one on Daum work in my browser, and I’m spoiled because I loved yours so well. All my best wishes in Korean, Japanese, French, and English! Happy Lunar New Year!

    • Yes, I kind of just let that one go… I’ve been working hard on some programs. If I make a downloadable game, I think that would help out a lot of people and save on web hosting. Thanks for your response.

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