Only 2 hours a week.
4 weeks only.
That's all you need to commit.
We will walk through a couple of Korean advertisements. We will watch segments of Korean dramas. We will play games. We will spend some time on necessary grammar. We will learn popular phrases. And we will have drill sessions, practicing them repeatedly. We will read, write, listen and speak as much as we can.
This series will be somewhere between guided study group and intensive workshops to accommodate all levels within intermediate Korean.
5 Saturdays beginning July 9, 2011
4:00 pm ~ 5:30 pm
Please arrive 10 minutes early to sign in.
- Class 1: July 10, 2011
- Class 2: July 16, 2011
- Group Language Exchange: July 23, 2011 (Optional)
- Class 3: July 30, 2011
- Class 4: August 6, 2011
Koreatown, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Please RSVP to receive the address with enrollment confirmation.
Donation is optional. Your contribution helps us defray the cost of organizing an event. Donation is accepted in cash on the day of the class or via credit card or PayPal.
If you are a member of KLCX or KoreanLA on any of the groups listed on our website, you and your friends (up to 2) are invited!
RSVP STRONGLY RECOMMENDED
When you sign up for the class, you are signing up for the entire series.
- RSVP deadline: Saturday, July 9, 10 am.
- Please read RSVP/No-show policy
To RSVP, please click here and email following information:
- Class you're RSVP'ing for. (Copy and paste the title of this announcement)
- Your full name
- Member ID or number, if applicable. Please indicate from which group you heard about us (e.g. Facebook, meetup, Google or Yahoo Groups, E-mail notice subscriber, WOM, etc.)
- Your mobile phone number in case of last minute change. We will text you, but if your phone cannot receive text messages, please make a note; we will call you.
- Number of guest(s) and their names
Your understanding and knowledge in Korean language must be at a level enough to keep up with the class without having the basic/novice grammar explained to you. Generally, if you can read short children's stories and understand a half of them (with help of dictionary), and recite what you understood, you should do fine. You should already know how to put sentences together, what markers/prepositions are, numbers, how to read watch and say dates. You should be able to introduce yourself comfortably.
"I am not intermediate. Can I still attend?"
Yes, you can, if you are up for challenges. After all, you need to move on to a next level at some point!
"I am advanced. Can I still attend?"
Yes, you can. We often have advanced Korean learners who sign up to brush up their Korean.
What to Bring
+ Pencil, eraser and notebook
+ Open mind
+ Any materials that you want us to cover.
Study Materials and Videos to Watch
Study materials for the first day will be provided by instructor(s) on the first day of the series. Subsequent classes will have study materials and videos you are to watch before you come to the class. You will receive e-mail notifications each week.
PLEASE PASS IT ON!
Everyone involved with this club is volunteers. The only reward we get is your participation. So please come! Also please bring your friends, family and co-workers too!
QUESTIONS OR SUGGESTIONS?
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