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100 Days Korean

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I've been already learning Korean for 2 years, however recently I've read some articles about how shorter, but more intensive periods can help you 'dramatically' improve and I wanted to test that.


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Today, perhaps to make up for yesterday, I wrote 6 emails in Korean. It's fun to come up with different things to say based on shared interests or lack of information.

I also learnt the names of rooms from Talk to Me in Korean. As I'm not following a coursebook, I totally didn't learn them before.

Then, I've also learnt a couple of things from BTS, among them that in Korean, you don't say 'Do you have your passport?', but instead you say 'Is your passport safe and sound?'. So interesting. I certainly would have never thought of expressing it that way.

Day 66