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ISBN:
0415383889
Author:
Young-Key Kim-Renaud
Category:
Foreign Language Study & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge; 1 edition (June 28, 2009)
Pages:
272 pages
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1191 kb
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Korean: An Essential Grammar. By: Young-Key Kim-Renaud. Publisher: Routledge. Korean: An Essential Grammar is a concise and convenient guide to the basic grammatical structure of standard Korean.

Korean: An Essential Grammar. Print ISBN: 9780415383882, 0415383889. eText ISBN: 9781134173143, 1134173148.

Korean: An Essential Grammar is a concise and convenient guide to the basic grammatical structure of standard Korean. Series: Routledge Essential Grammars.

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Korean: An Essential Grammar is a concise and convenient guide to the basic grammatical structure of standard Korean. Routledge Essential Grammars.

Korean: An Essential Grammar - Routledge Essential Grammars (Paperback)

Korean: An Essential Grammar - Routledge Essential Grammars (Paperback). Young-Key Kim-Renaud (author). Paperback 272 Pages, Published: 28/05/2009. Key features include: clear explanations of grammatical termsfrequent use of authentic examplesthe Korean alphabet used alongside McCune-Reischauer romanization systema full glossary of explanations. Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd ISBN: 9780415383882 Number of pages: 272 Weight: 431 g Dimensions: 235 x 159 x 15 mm.

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All Korean text is represented in hangul and in transliteration. Kim-Renaud describes Korean grammar in a vigorous manner, wielding linguistic terminology expertly and showing an awareness of the latest syntactic theories. That's rather a problem.

Korean: An Essential Grammar is a concise and convenient guide to the basic grammatical structure of standard Korean.Presenting a fresh and accessible description of the language, this engaging Grammar uses clear, jargon-free explanations and sets out the complexities of Korean in short, readable sections.

Key features include:

clear explanations of grammatical terms frequentuse of authentic examples the Korean alphabet used alongside McCune-Reischauer romanization system a full glossary of explanations.
  • Tholmeena
I have look at many Korean language books and this is
the best so far. Hope that it can also be on Kindle.
  • Cobyno
The romanization is big and dark black on every page.
Too distracting and I don't need it! I can read Korean.
It's hard to get past it to focus on the TINY Korean words.

The book is not large, the typeface is too small.

It diagrams and disects Korean grammar to the point of
dizzy and nauseousness. I speak Korean and it's not
necessary to do that! Like sitting in the most boring lecture
hall class on hour number 2 with 2 hours left.
Snooze.....

To much writing about Korea and history and why everything
is what it is in Korea ... that's nice, but it won't help you speak
well. Just the "how to's" on the language please.

It's going back.