We cover a lot of grammar lessons in this series. We cover new topics almost every week and even though there are examples throughout the week, if you’re just starting out it can be overwhelming. Maybe you need extra help on a topic but can’t find it anywhere. Maybe you get it but need to see it in a more practical sense. Or maybe there’s just not enough emphasis or explanation on a particular topic. Whatever the case, I’ve decided to modify the Grammar of the Week for a little while.
For the next month, we are going to look at practical ways to apply grammar principles. For example, we talked about “I want”/”I need”/”I am”/”Where are you going?”/etc. Now, we are going to review but apply it to everyday conversations. Personally, I think that’s one of the many things that’ll be helpful in learning a new language. You can study all the grammar principles in the world, but until you actually start speaking, it’s not going to be very helpful.
This week, I’m going to share with you guys another video on conversations in Korean. And during this week, we’ll highlight the “Where”, “When”, “What” questions and form practical sentences with vocabulary added with it. I really hope this helps you start speaking it more, if you haven’t already started, as we begin the “Review and Apply” series this month!