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by Bryan Park

ePub 500 Basic Korean Verbs (Korean and English Edition) download
Author:
Bryan Park
ISBN13:
978-1565911369
ISBN:
1565911369
Publisher:
Hollym International Corporation; Bilingual edition (March 2, 2009)
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Content of the book "500 Basic Korean Verbs" by Bryan Park, Kyubyong Park. ISBN 978-0-8048-4205-1 or 978-1565911369. With partial audio (more to come soon).

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Read "500 Basic Korean Verbs The Only Comprehensive Guide to Conjugation and Usage" by Kyubyong . This is a complete study guide to the most common Korean verbs. Korean grammar is notoriously difficult for foreigners to master but is essential for those wishing to learn Korean.

This is a complete study guide to the most common Korean verbs.

500 Basic Korean Verbs book. The index is perfect, making easy to find verbs in hangul or by english meaning. Verb pages are visually very clean and easy to find the right conjugation, as well as including sample sentences and sentence structure at the bottom of the page. Verbs with the same spelling but different meanings (like 쓰다) are given separate pages for separate meanings.

500 Basic Korean verbs by Kyubyong Park is a collection of the most frequently used . 3 indexes: Romanized, Hangeul, and English.

500 Basic Korean verbs by Kyubyong Park is a collection of the most frequently used Korean verbs. The book is known as a good reference book for all matters related to basic Korean verbs. Conjugations by tense, speech levels, and mood. A two-color design makes quick reference. Below is a glance of the book structure. You may have interest in the similar book: 500 Basic Korean Adjectives.

500 Basic Korean Verbs (Korean and English Version) by Bryan Park.

This books makes a very good reference book for when you need to look up a Korean verb for its definition, usage, and conjugations. The verbs are listed alphabetically (romanized), one per page.

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Verbs are an essential part of being able to master any foreign language. This book provides a practical approach to learning the 500 most important verbs in the Korean language. The verbs are presented in alphabetical order where you can see its pronunciation, Romanization, meaning, and the model verb for which it follows the same conjugation rules. There is also the verb s table of conjugation, some familiar related words, common sentence patterns and some sample sentences. This book is a helpful guide to learning Korean verbs as well as a handy reference tool. You will also find the book 500 Basic Korean Adjectives helpful as well.
  • This is the only book on Korean-verbs I have found on the market. By knowing lots of verbs; you know what Koreans are talking about. Such a book is a valuable resource; especially for the beginner. Thus, even though the pages fall out; I recommend buying the book anyway.

    This book is very expensive. Twice as much as it should be; and especially for having a defective, binding.

    The book conjugates / transforms the verb into different tenses; ie. past, present, future tenses; and verb forms ie. verb-ing, verb-but, verb-so, if you verb. Command / imperative format; question format.

    The book gives a lot of common conjugations / transformations of the verb, but many conjugations are not given; such as "can verb". The book should take only two verbs, such as "kada" go, and "meokda" eat, and give all the conjugations possible; for a verb-stem ending in a vowel, and ending in consonant.

    Pages began falling out this book on the second day. The stitching is microscopically close to the edge of the paper. Half the pages have fallen out after a month. This is entirely the fault of the book-publisher; rather than the book's author.

    Trying to add glue yourself to the book's binding will likely not help, because a paper-covering is glued to the spine, which remains after the cover separates from the spine, which it will do all by itself. My plan is to wait till all the pages have fallen out and have the book rebound locally.

    I wrote the publisher and author 8/30/2011, and they said they may or may not correct the problem in future printings.

    I had spent hours looking-up and writing the definitions of words of the sample-sentences in the margin; so did not want to return it.

    Under the "comment" button; I list other improvements a competitor should make in writing a book on Korean verbs.

  • It's 2012. A copy of the 한굴 alphabet can be obtained nearly anywhere one can get an Internet connection. (Am I on Amazon?) Dare I suggest a beginning learner of Korean spend an hour learning and memorizing alphabetical ordering in 한굴? Who is the market for this book? People who don't really want to learn Korean?

    Park's _500 Basic Korean Verbs_ is the only widely available reference for Korean verbs and it's alphabetized according to how the words sound to an English speaker. How utterly predictable of (the stereotype of) English speakers and how frustrating for those of us who, you know, are interested in learning Korean.

    I'll have to roll my eyes and grit my teeth every time I use this 한국어 "reference" because its main organizational structure will fight me every time I pick it up to use it.

    This author of this book did everyone (including the Koreanphobic English speakers) a great disservice by arranging this book's entries according to romanized alphabetical order.

  • This book provides all the essential and practical information you'll need in order to master each verb.
    The 500 most important Korean verbs have been identified and presented in alphabetical order. For each vocabulary item, you can see its pronunciation, Romanization, meaning, and the "model verb" that it follows the same conjunction, some familiar related words, common sentence patterns, and some sample setneces.
    It is a perfect binding with the new binding technology which is called "easy bidning" that provides each page opens all the way to the spine unlike other bindings.

  • This book is without Konglish and without an English/Korean index in the back (there is one in the 2012 book and that's good).

    This book is very well organized but needs what the 2012 book has.
    Just add the English/Korean index in the back and it would have been perfect.

    So, one improvement was good (the index...say you need to know the verb for "learn" in Korean. You can do that in the 2012 book, but not in this book.

    However there is SOOOO much Konglish in the 2012 book it's hard to focus on reading the Korean...

    I'm returning this one, going to learn to live with the Konglish in the 2012 version because the English index is so great in the newer book.

    ----- The binding is just a normal every day paperback book binding. Nothing special or defective about it at all. If you're into the habit
    of totally flattening paperback books, then yeah, with any book you're going to wreck it quickly.