Another new video! ^^ I think making videos/audio clips is a really effective form of self-practice. It requires you to think on the spot (unless you happen to have a pause function for recording!) and you can playback as many times as you want to check your pronunciation. Although you won’t get direct feedback, you will at least know which words you are pronouncing wrongly.
I was talking about my favorite book in Korean, and somehow ended up fangirling over Big Bang and T.O.P ^^
The facebook page for our language meetup is up (link at the right hand column). For those who have expressed interest, I’ll probably email you to work out a common time but hopefully we can organise this through facebook next time! Feel free to post anything (relevant) on the wall~!
I’m really glad I have people who are willing to point out my mistakes. Instead of being nice and telling me that my Korean is really good. My friend commented that I still sounded very 어색하다 (awkward) and I guess that’s because I don’t really speak like a Korean. Most of the phrases I use are more ‘textbook’ like and I attribute that to my lack of exposure to Korean ): I still have problems with pronouncing certain words.
Mmm school is starting again next week and I’ll probably be swamped with loads of work again. Hopefully the meetup thing can work out, we’ll see how things go! >,<
I’m going to spend more effort to become more fluent. This is the most difficult part –