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Why hire a Korean tutor through Airtasker?
Looking for a Korean tutor should be easier than posting “want ads” on social media, combing through dozens of sites for reviews, or asking your friends for their recommendations! With Airtasker, you can book, vet, and pick a Korean language tutor in mere minutes. Here’s how it works:
First, you’ll need to create a task post with all the details: the kind of tutor you want (online or in-person), if you’d like basic or advanced lessons, how often you want the sessions to be, and your budget for the job. Whether you need online Korean lessons or native speakers to go straight to you, Airtasker has got you covered.
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Top Korean Lessons related questions
Is Korean that hard to learn?
While the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) says that Korean is quite challenging to learn, you might be surprised at how fast you can pick it up! For example, pronouns are rarely used in Korean, and Konglish words (new words based on English) will sound familiar to native English speakers. At the very least, you can book a few basic lessons with a tutor near you!
What questions should I ask my Korean tutor?
Some questions you can ask your Korean tutor (or any tutor, for that matter) before hiring them are:
- How long have you been tutoring?
- What are your qualifications?
- Are you a native speaker?
- What is your teaching style?
- What can I expect from the study program?
Can Taskers do Korean to English translation?
This highly depends on your chosen Tasker, and on the request, you have posted. If you need to translate documents or business presentations from Korean to English (or vice versa), we highly recommend requesting a Korean translator or content creator. But if you’d like to learn Korean in order to take on translation jobs, this is something a typical tutor can help you with.
How do I learn to write in Korean?
First, you’ll need to learn the Korean alphabet, which has vowels and consonants (just like English). Once you get the hang of the letters, your tutor introduces syllable blocks. After that, it’s just a matter of getting exposed to new words and practising Hangul yourself. Your tutor may recommend certain apps or websites for you to visit so that you can practise writing and typing in Korean.
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What do Korean lessons include?
When you request for Korean lessons through Airtasker, you’ll get offers from rated and reviewed Korean experts in your area. These may include both in-person and online tutors, as well as basic and advanced Korean language experts.
The actual curriculum will depend on the tutor you hire and your own needs and motivations for learning the language and writing system (Hangul). But, in general, here is what you can expect when you book Korean lessons through Airtasker:
Learning the Korean alphabet
Your lessons begin with the Korean Alphabet (Hangul/Hangeul). This can take only a few hours to learn. It’s essential to master this so that you can progress with the rest of your lessons. Your Tasker may assign several exercises to help you get the hang of Hangul quickly.
Reading in Korean
Next, your tutor shows you how to read in Korean. This is quite simple since Korean words are broken up into syllables that are 2-4 letters each. Letters are read from left to right and top to bottom. You may start with simple words, learn verbs and their conjugations, progress to sentences, then learn useful phrases and even slang.
Speaking and writing in Korean
It’s recommended that you start conversing in Korean as soon as you have a grasp of the language. This helps sharpen your skills and is the fastest way to learn the language for an applied setting (e.g. for business). Of course, your Tasker also shows you how to write or type in Korean. Once you’ve mastered the Korean keyboard, you can practise your new language skills through Korean apps and websites.
If you’ve already mastered basic Korean and want to go straight to Korean conversation lessons, you can request a Tasker who can talk or chat online with you.
Korean culture: conversation lessons
If you want to immerse yourself in the popular Korean culture, you can ask your tutor about Korean honorifics, traditions, and even how you can “get” a Korean name! From K-pop to K-dramas, your tutor can incorporate fun into your lessons and help you to converse about Korean fashion, music, and art.
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