Study update #4 (Apr 2017) & current plans

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Every month, I will highlight some interesting and sometimes new discoveries I made over the course of the month while studying Korean.

As we approach the end of April 2017, I’m here to give some updates on what I’ve been studying! If you haven’t checked out previous months’, please do give them a read!

Unfortunately… I haven’t been spending a lot of my time studying Korean this month. I’ve only been journalling, taking italki classes and the usual classes at Daehan. So you wouldn’t expect me introducing new resources for the month of April.

I’ve written two blog posts – one on getting a Korean tutor/teacher and another on the difference between ~(으)ㄹ 것 같다 and ~(으)ㄴ/는 것 같다. Be sure to check them out if you haven’t already! But other than that, I’m really sorry that I haven’t been as active as I could be.

It’s mainly because I’m currently concentrating more on improving my conversational Korean and also writing. Another reason is that I’m writing weekly on a platform called Medium.

Anyway, I don’t want to bore you with the minute details of my life right now but regular readers would probably realise that I’ve slowed down a little on content. That’s because I’m focusing on other aspects but don’t worry – I’m not about to give up this blog!

I’m going to continue the speaking practices because I believe that’s good content and practice for both myself and you. So expect those coming out regularly – this, I promise!

I’m also working on a Naver blog, which will be mainly on the topic of food, lifestyle and interesting places in Singapore. I’ll post up those here as well.

The weekly phrases will carry on, as usual. I’ll work on more blog posts about the nuances between similar grammar particles too.

Basically going to work on the type of content already on the website because those are the type you can’t find elsewhere.

Last but not least, of course, TOPIK translations for the most recent 52nd TOPIK. I’ll work on that when it’s out on TOPIK’s official website.

To all who are still sticking around, thank you so much for your support! You’ll definitely see more updates in May because of the speaking practice and the sharing of my Korean journal entries.

Until next time, Let’s Study Korean 한국어 공부하자!


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