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Pimsleur Korean Level 3 Lessons 16-20

Learn to Speak and Understand Korean with Pimsleur Language Programs
Autor: Pimsleur
Sprecher: Pimsleur
Serie: Pimsleur Korean, Titel 16
Spieldauer: 2 Std. und 36 Min.
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The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn Korean. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You’ll be speaking and understanding Korean in no time flat!  

Why Pimsleur?
• Quick + Easy - Only 30 minutes a day.
• Portable + Flexible - Core lessons can be done anytime, anywhere, and easily fit into your busy life.
• Proven Method - Works when other methods fail.
• Self-Paced - Go fast or go slow - it’s up to you.
• Based in Science - Developed using proven research on memory and learning.
• Cost-effective - Less expensive than classes or immersion, and features all native speakers.
• Genius - Triggers your brain’s natural aptitude to learn.
• Works for everyone - Recommended for ages 13 and above.  

What You’ll Learn
This course includes Lessons 16-20 from the Korean Level 3 Program featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension and on learning to speak Korean.  

The Korean Language
Korean, the native language of about 80 million people, is the official language of both North and South Korea. It is also spoken in neighboring Yanbian, China. There are two standard dialects, Seoul (South Korea) and P'yongyang (North Korea). Pimsleur's Korean teaches the Seoul dialect of South Korea. 

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Disappointing for the price

I heard about Pimsleur Classes on youtube and decided to check them out to see if they can help me improve my Korean. While I do like that this class makes you actively speak Korean instead of just reading it or even listening to it, it definitely has some flaws. For example it feels like it is more directed to business men travelling to Korea instead of normal people or in my case university students. The differences in politeness levels in the Korean language are never spoken about and sometimes the speaker randomly changes into a different politeness level without any explanation. Another thing which confused me was the order in which vocabulary words were apparently prioritised? Why do I learn how to bargain so early but they only introduce the word for "man" and "woman" in Level 3 Lesson 17???? Do you know how many hours of pimsleur yo have to listen to that to get to those words? On audible pimsleur is a bit cheaper, but on their actual website you can spend (if I remember correctly) around 350€ for the full class, but they only teach you important words like this after 40 hours of listening???? That is not okay. I would not recommend this except maybe if you already learn Korean with different media and this is just your method of speaking practice. In that case I guess it would be okay, but in my eyes it is still really overpriced. I recommend Talk To Me In Koreans free online classes and their Iyagi Beginner Listening Exercises.