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If you can, try to find someone who is a native speaker. A Korean language teacher can help you learn grammar and pronunciation, and he or she can also explain language levels and cultural differences. There are some great resources out there, if you know where to look.

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Here are some of the best Korean books for beginners. The lessons are broken down into separate sections, or you can download them as one complete package.

The lessons start at a very basic level, and progress to the intermediate level. There are also more advanced study materials like video clips and MP3s.

Besides the workbooks, there are a number of additional e-books on various aspects of the Korean language. Moffett, 1. Gale and Mrs. Here again there are hints of dissatisfaction with the course of stlldy from certain missionaries, as well as exhortations to diligence in language study: "While the Examination has not been a surprising sueeess on the whole, as far as we ean judge it has been satisfaetory.

Your Committee would urge on the members more adherenee to the preseribed course as laid down in the Rules and Bylaws. In the mind of the Committee the course is the best possible and the attention of the members is called to this fact. We notice that success on examinations is sometimes followed by a year of relaxation in study and we would call the attention of the mission to the fact that success for one year is not what is required but a diligent persistent study of the language year in and year out.

V - add - and make themselves acquainted with the Geography of Korea. Moore, who had been singled out already in for deficiencies in his Korean language studies and lack of attention to the course of study, demonstrates the frustration that some of the missionaries felt with regard to the examinations regime: "I did not take the examination this year.

Baird also did not go this year. My reason for not going was that I had not followed the course laid down by the committee indeed, had given almost no time to the study of the language except in daily conversation with inquirers. I believe I wrote you before that it did not seem best to me to spend my time in book study when I had a working knowledge of the language.

Last year the Exam. This consisted of reading aloud from Korean books not read before, giving translations spoken of course of the Eng. This fiustration, both with the language and with the mission's course of study, led to at least one resignation.

In a letter dated November 5, BFM, vol. A vison who has been on the field one year less than have I. This refuse to do. Gifford, and Moffett , indicates that p. Moore refused to take his examinations In the opinion of the Committee Mr.

Wells has had his time so occupied with visits to the country and the cholera work that he cannot be said to have begun language study.

He is in need of a gentle reminder that his success here will greatly depend upon his acquisition of the language and of an exhOliation to give regular systematic study to it. Note: Miss Jacobson having special difficulty with the study of grammatical f0IS because of her lack of familiarity with English Grammar. Insert under 1 year, 2 year and 3 year's course the following - "Study carefully with a view to thorough mastery 15 verbal endings and 10 connectives, as explained in Gale's Grammatical Forms.

These to be selectcd by the Committee. Place the word Qptional bef J'e "Lcarn Chinese characters" in 1 year course and before "Learn the Chinese Characters in Gospel by John, nd nd 3 chapter" in 2 year's course.

Add to 3 year course "Read carefhlly the articles on your own depmiments of work contained in LondOil Conference Reports and Shanghai Conference Reports In the first place, individual missionary's success or lack thereof on the language examinations now detelmines their seniority in the missionary community and their eligibility for leadership positions pp. Junior missionaries shall not be eligible for service on the Editorial, Educational, Examination, and Apportionment Committees, nor to the Chairmanship of the Mission, nor shall they be allowed to open new stations.

Daily practice in talking Korean. Baird's Fifty Helps. Study all the exercises in Scott's Manual. Read carefully Underwood's Grammatical Notes. Study sentences of first four chapters in Part II of Underwood's Introduction, noting especially the divisions of eaeh chapter. Read and analyze the first sixteen Korean exercises the GrmllInaire Coreenne.

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Frequent practice in writing Korean with a view to both proper writing and spelling. Learn the specific classifiers given on pages 56 to 59 of Undelwood's Introduction. Study forms of address to the Deity Read and translate the first chapter of the Gospel of Mark. Read a Christian tract. Leam the various fOlms of introduction and salutation. Commit ten conversations.

Commit the Lord's Prayer. Optional: Learn Chinese characters. Second Year 1. Daily practice in speaking Korean. Review the first year's course of study. Shldy sentences of Chapters of Undelwood's introduction.

Read and translate, analyzing structure of sentences, the first volume of 0 Ryun Haing Sit. Shldy carefully, with a view to thorough mastelY, twenty-five verbal endings, as explained in Gale's Grammatical Forms. Commit five prayers. Commit twenty verses of Scripture. Study the geography of Korea, its provinces, capitals, chief cities, mountains, rivers, islands, etc.

Read two Christian tracts. Commit the list of common verbs on page of Undelwood's Introduction. Commit the list of words on pages 89, 90, 91 of Gale's Grammatical Fomls.

Finish reading Mark '. I' Gospel. Daily practice of reading Korean aloud and of writing Uml1un. Stl1dy carefully Nevius' Methods oj'Missionmy Work. Optional: Learn the Chinese characters in the first three chapters of the Gospel of John, leam the Chinese characters in ordinary names. Third Year 1.

Review the second year's course of study. Running translation of the Bible into spoken Korean. Study carefully twenty-five verbal endings.

Read Matthew, Luke, John and Acts. Read five Christian tracts. Commit five paragraph addresses useful in presenting the Gospel. Commit thitiy vcrses of Scripture. Frequent practice in Korean composition. Learn forms of letter writing Read carefully the articles on your own depmiment of work contained in London [po 31] Conference Reports, I and Shanghai Conference Reports, I Optional: Read the remainder of the Chinese of John's Gospel, learn the Chinese characters of the names of the books of the Bible.

Daily practice speaking Korean. Review the third year's course of study. Prepare a tract on a subject assigned by the committee. Stl1dy carefully from page to page of Undelwood's Introduction.

Commit thirty verses of Script1lre. Study careflilly, with a view to thorough mastery, twenty-five verbal endings, as explained in Gale's Grammatical Forms. Study carefully Gale's Grammatical Forms. Frequent practice in Korcan composition. Learn to read and writc thc grass characters. Read critically the Mission hymn book.

Read one of the Korean classics. Rcvicw the course of study laid down for the first, second, third and fourth years. Commit one verse of Scripture a week. Study the history of Korea.

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Study Korean ballads with a view to meter and practical forms. Read a Korean novel.

Study of Korean relationship in detail. Rcad the Doctrille oj' the Mean. Make a special study of Korean Buddhism, spirit worship, and other native cults, with a special view to the acquiring of psychological and religious terms. Read Lawrence's Missions in the Oriens. Read special books on Eastern religions. Study of Chinese with a vicw to acquiring facility Il1 reading thc Ea.

By a motion passed the Examination Committee was instructed to fill out in detail the adopted schedule of study and print and distribute it to each member of the Mission. The heavily scholarly and litcrary focus of the Fourth and Fifth Year courscs for above bears the unmistakable stamp of James S. Gale and his interests in Korean and Chinese history, religion, literature and philology. By or Gale had also studied in detail thc French grammar and dictionary, and had gone well beyond these works in his own research on Korean grammar and lexicography.

He laments in the preface to Korean grammatical forms Gale i that "standard enmoun literature JNoscon mal iwo It is low talk; or, Is it low talk? For example, "Homyen may be followed by a clause denoting either a result of the condition stated, or a choice resting with the speaker; whereas, hoketun is followed by a clause, never a result, but always a choice resting with the speaker.

The following remarks by J. I am doing the best I can on both. I think your knowledge of the ficld will show you that the doctors who are doing the most work as physicians have not distinguished themselves as linguists. Allen down to your humble servant. There are, of course, exceptions which prove the rule, but none in Korea in any of the missions. As for me I feel sure that if I had the technical command I take second place to none in the practical use of it.

A second class teacher is often a necessity from the absence of the real first class kind. He is to be congratulated in bcing so fortunate in this land whcrc good tcachcrs arc so rarc. Wells, whose mark was 60 minus. Wells has passed the third and last language examination, but complains: "There are missionaries here in Korea who haven't, after many years, got a good or thorough knowledge of the language, and who never will, but who have found or made for themselves most useful places and who are doing velY fine missionary work.

A knowledge and a thorough knowledge of the language is, as all people of course know, a sina qua llOll [sic -- RK] for proper and efficient missionary work, but to judge people by the marks they receive on what is not really a test, is to make as serious a mistake as one makes who does not acquire the language of the countly where he is working.

Hunt and Miss Chase show that they still need to continue regular study, while Dr. Wells, failing in both his oral and written, needs to give himself to more systematic and careful study than ever.

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Tho it came very near pulling out the required number of credits, several answers having been marked down, as it was fourth year instead of third year they were doubtless considering me on. Undelwood and Mr. Gale, and so theoretically stand well The exam was fair and the Com. I wish to register against the perniciousness of pursuading [sic] married women, with family [po 3] cares and other duties, taking these examinations made for men who have no other duties to do but to study for them.

Mission sentiment may smother this for most of us realize that one woman at least has had to go home from this cause broken in health - if not the sole cause at least the inciting cause. William Baird at one point was forced to write a long letter to the Board correcting celiain asseliions that Korean was an 'easy' language to acquire and that missionaries were 'wasting' too mueh time on language study, and others like Gale, Underwood and Moffett all defended mission KFL policy at one time or another in letters to the Board.

That the Korean language, and Korean grammar, in particular, was difficult, seems never to have been in dispute among the missionaries themselves, even if the course of study and examinations generated complaints the many letters written home to the Board by new missionaries to Korea are full of commentary on their struggles with the language, and would make an interesting study in and of themselves.

In any case, , one hundred years ago, the Examinations Committee was renamed the "Language Committee" and Samuel Moffett artieulated the Presbyterian missions's KFL policy quite succinctly as follows: "Our requirements are high.

The work in question is a long article published in and titled "Contempormy situation of Christian missions in Korea," by Ierotnonakh Pavel' Ivanovskii , a Russian Orthodox priest and then third-year student of G. Podstavin at the Oriental Institute in Vladivostok8. Pages 3 are a detailed outline of the KFL cUll'iculum used by the Methodist mission, and I translate this section in full here: "The Methodists have two committecs that establish courses of educational lessons for local and itinerant preachers.

Lessons are broken up over three years, during which time the preachers are supposed to acquaint themselves thoroughly with the textbooks indicated by the committees more than 40 titles and demonstrate their knowledge through examinations.

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Alongside all this there exists a committee for the study of the Korean language. Those members of the mission who are either unacquainted with or poorly acquainted with the Korean language must undergo, under thc superVISIOn and observation of the committee, a three-year course of study as follows: FirsLYear 1.

Alphabet and syllabary 2. Baird's fifty phrases 'l 3. Scott's Manual, pp. The introduction in Underwood, pp. Three hundred didactic pravouchitel 'nye sayings in Korean, chosen by the 8 Ieromolli1kh Pavel' studied all the dilferent Christian missions in detail, and later published his findings in book form in Moscow Pavel' 19 5 , but the book is extremely rare, and J have yet to lay eyes on it.

See the Bibliography for other works by him, and Innokentii and Prozorova for biographical information about him 9 Sic - Ivanovskii seems to have been unaware that thc author was in fact Annie Baird, wife of Mr. Practically speaking, this book covers all the grammar you are likely need so I think it is worth getting.

Use it for reference or just work your way through it the later 10th edition has a seperate workbook you can download for more structured learning. Jul 17, Kassie rated it it was amazing.

I made it through the first read Now I just have to learn everything I don't know or don't remember My Oh My At least it is pretty well crafted and the examples are simple enough to understand the grammar points. But seriously I love every bit of it! Jul 30, B. Chris Jones rated it really liked it Jan 09, Darren rated it it was ok Jan 17, Emma rated it it was amazing Jun 29, Jesse Mcbride rated it really liked it Aug 11, Seth Mildenhall added it Jun 27, Melanie added it Mar 11, Sean added it Aug 03, Karen Letim marked it as to-read Oct 17, Asher is currently reading it Dec 31, Lyhour marked it as to-read Jan 22, Isabelle marked it as to-read Mar 08, Lolwhut marked it as to-read May 17, Liana marked it as to-read Jun 01, Gordsellar added it Jun 24, Arnold Brown added it Jul 13, Study all the exercises in Scott's Manual.

I, pp. Learners should acquaint themselves with idiomatic forms only insofar as thcy encounter them in the course of their studies. Nyan Kyi marked it as to-read Aug 18, Second Year I.

More Details Saw, Ni and Youn; Place the word Qptional bef J'e "Lcarn Chinese characters" in 1 year course and before "Learn the Chinese Characters in Gospel by John, nd nd 3 chapter" in 2 year's course. By or Gale had also studied in detail thc French grammar and dictionary, and had gone well beyond these works in his own research on Korean grammar and lexicography. Study Korean ballads with a view to meter and practical forms.