KOREAN LESSONS

Korean Lessons in Austin

Learn Korean online and stay safe! Listen & Learn offers online lessons for the language of your choosing. Our native-speaking tutors will adapt to your needs, preferences, and requirements. Reach out to us and start learning in Austin!

Our native-speaking qualified Korean teachers can guide you and your group  at your work or at home, at a time convenient to you. Classes can take place on any day of the week - even weekends - morning, afternoon or evening. If needs be, if meeting at your office or home is not suitable, you can take your lessons at the trainer's office. Study materials are supplied for you.

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Skype Online 1-to-1 (Individual) General or Business Korean

Our native-speaking qualified Korean teachers can guide you and your group  at your work or at home, at a time convenient to you. Classes can take place on any day of the week - even weekends - morning, afternoon or evening. If needs be, if meeting at your office or home is not suitable, you can take your lessons at the trainer's office. Study materials are supplied for you. Inquire now about our Korean Courses or Take A Free Korean Level Test

Skype Online Group (Closed or Open) General or Business Korean

Lessons in Korean are also accessible for 2 or more studying in tandem (Two-to-One Korean Lesson or Small Group In-Company Korean Lesson). All those involved must have around the same experience of the language, similar needs of areas of proficiency, and must be able to work at the same time and place. Bookings must be made for all students at the same time. Listen & Learn do not advise classes of more than 6-8 people, although In-Company Taster Korean sessions can be run with as many as 12 people. Inquire now about our Korean Courses or Take A Free Korean Level Test

Face-to-Face 1-to-1 (Individual) General Korean

This set of Korean tutorials are less specific and more targeted at those who want to get a range of different things from learning Korean. Even though all novice students will cover survival Korean: enough Korean to make a visit to the country or make good contacts with the locals, but what do you do from there? It depends on your needs. Those who have benefitted from these lessons have been those moving or investing overseas, spouses of overseas nationals, people who love to travel all over the world, those interested in Korean culture, and those who just want to pass a specific examination in Korean. Inquire now about our Korean Courses or Take A Free Korean Level Test

Face-to-Face 1-to-1 (Individual) Business Korean

These Korean Lessons are intended for people who really need to learn Korean to help make that difference in their work. For beginners, it will be useful to learn greetings and basic business etiquette, at higher levels reading and then writing become more important. Typical students include those involved in import/export, international negotiations and acquisitions, jobseekers in multinational companies where an additional language is required, and those working with international colleagues, academia and government. Even on our most basic lesson for Beginners, students should expect to end the lesson with basic Telephone Korean and e-mail Korean skills for communications as well as Survival Korean required for short visits to a country. Inquire now about our Korean Courses or Take A Free Korean Level Test

Face-to-Face Closed (Private) Group General or Business Korean

Lessons in Korean are also accessible for 2 or more studying in tandem (Two-to-One Korean Lesson or Small Group In-Company Korean Lesson). All those involved must have around the same experience of the language, similar needs of areas of proficiency, and must be able to work at the same time and place. Bookings must be made for all students at the same time. Listen & Learn do not advise classes of more than 6-8 people, although In-Company Taster Korean sessions can be run with as many as 12 people. Inquire now about our Korean Courses or Take A Free Korean Level Test

Face-to-Face Open Group General Korean Lessons

Those wishing to learn Korean in groups of 2 or more together (Two-to-One Korean Lessons or Small Group In-Company Korean Lessons) can sign up for our group classes. All students must be at nearly the same level of Korean proficiency, must have the same needs from the language, and must be able to study at the same time and place as the others. Bookings must be made for all students simultaneously. Listen & Learn do not propose group sizes or more than 6-8 people, but In-Company Taster Korean Lessons can occur with up to 12 people. Inquire now about our Korean Courses or Take A Free Korean Level Test

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Korean Language Essentials

Survival

Top 3 Korean Survival Phrases

  • 1) nice to meet you (만나서 반가워)
  • 2) Please (부디)
  • 3) Where is the (여기서 화장실 입니다)

Proverbs

Top Korean Idioms & Proverbs

  • 1) 무지 가 의학 지식 은 병 이다 ("Ignorance is medicine, knowledge is sickness.")
  • 2) 또 다른 사람의 떡 이 더 큰 보인다 ("Another person’s rice cake looks bigger.")
  • 3) 개천에서 용 난다. ("A dragon rises from a small stream.")
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Slang

Korean Slang Words & Phrases

  • 1) Dae-bak (exclamation - positive or negative)
  • 2) Jjang (awesome, the best)
  • 3) haeng-syo (peace out)

Easy

The Easiest Things About Learning Korean

  • 1) The alphabet is logical and easy to learn.
  • 2) Verbs aren’t conjugated.
  • 3) Nouns don’t have case or gender.

Surprising

3 Surprising Facts About Korean

  • 1) Korean is a language isolate.
  • 2) Its vocabulary is heavily influenced by Chinese.
  • 3) Verbs always come last in Korean sentences.
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Mistakes

Top 3 mistakes Korean students make

  • 1) Conjugation
  • 2) Politeness
  • 3) Word order