.Study plan 1 (language)
I have always been interested in the Korean language.
Before this, I hadI taught myself some basic Korean, mostly from the Internet. My most-visited Korean learning website is http://www.howtostudykorean.com/ as it provides a step-by-step learning system with some small tests after the lesson. YouTube is also a bestgood learning tool for me where I learned the pronunciation of the Korean alphabet from the videos there. Besides, I picked up a lot of Korean from some self-taughtteach-yourself books so that I could learn Korean by myself without attending thecostly language courses. However, therethat is never enough for academic purposes. Before arriving in Korea, I will continue to learn Korean through the Internet and from reading books. I will also try to connect with native speakers and speak to them in Korean though communication apps such as Kakaotalk.
After arriving in Korea, I will
cherish theenroll in a one-year language course and study hard. I will set up a series of study strategies suchand arrange a study schedule and strictly follow it. Learning a new language is fun and enjoyable. As soon as I understand the basics, I will start to learn Korean in some fun way.To improve my spoken language and listening skills, I would likeplan to watch Korean television shows and movies which playswith Korean subtitles. Meanwhile, I will also read novels to learn new words and the grammar of the language. In fact, the best way to expert inmaster a new language is to speak it frequently. Speaking with a real, live person will help one to feel much more motivated about learning the language than staring at a book or computer screen. Hence, I will try to speak Korean with others in my daily life and make friends with Korean people.
English as a global lingua franca should not be neglected while learning Korean.
As for English,I have been developing itlearning English since I was a child, youngas English is one of the main instruction languages in Malaysian schools, where most of thesubjects is conductedare taught in English except Malay and Mandarin. Moreover, I hadhave always communicated with my Malay and Indian friends in English. I believe that I have a strong foundation in English, and all I need to do is keep it up after arriving in toKorea After coming to Korea, I will maintain my English levelby reading English novels. I had develop a good reading habit since young. I found that reading novels are interesting andwhich I really enjoy. ed it.Furthermore, I will always getkeep in touch with my friends in Malaysia . Thiswhich will enable me to maintain my English speaking skills. so that I would not forget English gradually.
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