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Title: Korean through Active Listening: Book 2
Authors: Cho, Y. A. (Young A.)
Cho, I. J. (In Jung)
Keywords: languages
language expression
Edutags: Web Resource
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Publisher: Hollym Corporation
Abstract: This book and its accompanying audio files (originally in cassette tapes) became out of print in early 2008 and, as at December 2015, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Australia License. Listening Comprehension Tasks for Elementary Students Korean through Active Listening Book Two makes learning Korean as well as listening to Korean easy and fun! Listening Comprehension Tasks for Elementary Students Korean through Active Listening Book Two is an intensive course in listening comprehension for intermediate beginner to low intermediate level students. It is designed for adults and secondary school students who have studied some Korean. Listening Comprehension Tasks for Elementary Students Korean through Active Listening Book Two can be used as a supplement to a classroom text, or in a language laboratory, and as a selfstudy book by students themselves. Listening Comprehension Tasks for Elementary Students Korean through Active Listening Book Two consists of fifty six tasks based on everyday situations like making excuses, giving and following directions, and listening to the weather forecast. In each task you will hear a dialogue or statement and do different kinds of problem-solving, such as drawing lines, putting in various marks, filling in a blank and labelling a picture. Listening Comprehension Tasks for Elementary Students Korean through Active Listening Book Two in intended to help you listen for meaning, not listen to every single word. You do not have to understand every word to do a task but the overall message of what someone is saying and the key information that you need to know. Just like in your mother tongue you focus only on the parts of speech that are important for a speaker's or your own purpose as a listener. Listening Comprehension Tasks for Elementary Students Korean through Active Listening Book Two also consists of three 90-minute cassette tapes. The recordings are of native Korean radio actors and actresses with standard Korean accent speaking at normal speed. It may be difficult to listen to Korean spoken at normal speed in the beginning. However, remember that no one speaks slowly in real life. Even sympathetic speakers tend to go back to normal speed quickly as the conversation goes on. And there are even changes in pronunciation according to the speed. Therefore, the best way is to get yourself familiar with normal speed Kore.an even though you may find it difficult in the beginning
Original Source: http://talkingtokoreans.com/downloads/korean-through-active-listening2.pdf
http://talkingtokoreans.com/downloads/korean-through-active-listening2-audio-files.zip
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