Absolutely! To become fluent in a new language that you start learning, you need to understand how sentences are formed (grammar), how words are pronounced (pronunciation) and what words are more natural to use in certain contexts (vocabulary). And in addition to that, if you keep exposing yourself to good, natural conversations and writing by native speakers, you will find yourself automatically and consistently improving. We offer all of these elements through our books, e-books, video courses and audio lessons. Continuation is key, and we help make it easy to continue learning Korean.
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Modified on: Thu, 8 Aug, 2019 at 7:48 PM
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