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This book is the culmination of educational know-how and systematic grammar organization acquired by the three authors from their experience actually teaching Korean to foreigners in the classroom. In focusing strictly on Korean grammar, this series represents a departure from most current integrated teaching materials, allowing foreign learners to more easily concentrate on grammar in their study of Korean. The authors have included real dialogues and illustrations to make the study of Korean more interesting, especially for those students who have heretofore felt Koran grammar to be difficult. Further, this series equally serves as a general Korean grammar reference that can be used by Korean language instructors both in Korea and abroad who regularly experience the difficulty of teaching Korean grammar first-hand. This way, learners can not only clarify the differences between similar patterns, but also study how they are used differently depending on the situation. The examples presented are not simply sentences constructed for the purpose of illustrating grammar, but rather examples of how the grammar points are actually used in real life. Further, by presenting a variety of grammatical patterns along with both practice exercises and graphic illustrations, learners can approach the study of Korean grammar with renewed interest.
The series covers most of the frequent grammars used in Korean daily life and it has a lot of useful exercises. I have the beginning and intermediate books, so I will post some reviews of those books. First of all is the review of Korean grammar book in use-Beginning. This book conveys the basic Korean grammar points for the beginner learners. These grammars appear frequently on the Topik beginner test. You must be able to read Hangul before using this book.
Korean. Grammar in Use. Beginning to. Early Intermediate. Ahn Jean-myung, Lee True to life dialogues incorporating the introduced grammar points!.
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