Learning Korean, good idea?
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May 20, 2019 / By Demi Question:
Hi, i'm 16 years old and I really want to learn Korean. I speak English and Dutch fluently. ( Write and read too.)
I speak a little Papiamento ( Dutch Antilles), French and German too.
I understand Spanish quite well, although I suck at speaking it.
So, is learning Korean a smart thing for me? Is it difficult?
I already read it a bit, I don't know what the words mean but I can pronounce a word by looking at the letters. I'm going in on Vocabulary now and later on grammar. tso, Good idea?
Best Answers: Learning Korean, good idea?
Calanthe | 10 days ago
I don't know..
Of course, if it is only for fun, it will be ok to learn korean.
But, if you learn Korean for being interpreter or working, I want to prevent you from learning it.
Of course I am Korean, but you know, there is no language whose letter is similar to Korean, and Korean is not developed country such as Japan.
I didn't advise you not to learn Korean, but think of it.
Nowadays, the number of foreign learning Korean increased rapidly.
I am happy to hear you like to learn Korean.
I hope my advice helps.
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Originally Answered: Are there any free korean learning sites?
This contains many online resources that can help you learn Korean. You can learn Korean grammar, vocabulary, and useful expressions.
Learning something new is always a good idea. Don't let anyone stop you from learning things from the world. Educate yourself with knowledge and be successful when you grow up. Can you learn grammar while looking at letters? I am studying Korean at the moment using this online resource. I hope it can help you too.
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if you have a use for it, either you enjoy Korean media or want to visit Korea. Keep in Mind that Korean is a unique language and will not translate into skills for other languages. I myself would like to learn Korean because i enjoy Korean tv shows, try catching some of them on KBS world, most of the shows are subtitled in English, so this would help with your decision.
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I'd say go for it. I wish I could speak other languages than English, but due to time constraints, monetary, etc. I've not had the opportunity.
They tell me each language you learn is easier to pick up than the last, so I see no reason why learning Korean should be too difficult for you.
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Yes, learning Korean is fun and interesting. The site above contains many good online resources that can help you learn Korean.
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Korean is a very easy language to learn & it would be cool if you learned it because not very many people in America do and it excites Korean people when you know it :)
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you would watch korean dramas and films. i style of picked up a couple of terms from looking. =) plus, you additionally get the believe on methods to say matters with particular types of intonation and expression.
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Originally Answered: Is it a bad idea to tell employees about my learning disability?
Interviewers will ask you the question if you have a disability that needs accommodation. It's a very practical question with a limited purpose. The hiring manager will need to know if they need to give you a certain accommodation (for example..special keyboard for those who suffer from carpel tunnel syndrome). In some cases, your disability may serve as a barrier to entry. You cant be a bus driver if you have certain disabilities that would affect the safety of your passengers. So certain disabilities have no work around about it, others do. An employer mainly wants to know if you can complete the job and work well with others. They want to know if you will be effective in the position. A learning diability just means that you may have to work harder to accomplish certain tasks, but it doesnt mean that you cant accomplish those tasks or get the job done. For that reason, I wouldnt even mention the learning disability if it wasn't a significant consideration to the job at hand. There are alot of persons that get by in life not knowing certain areas of math or science and yet they don't proclaim that as a weakness..because others will see it that way. You know the areas that are most difficult for you... keep those private or else persons will judge you on it and they will limit you. That is a fact.
Stay positive in the interviews, you dont have to say your disability unless you require a special accommodation. Good luck!