Anyone can get a quick start to learning basic everyday words in a foreign language with ...In 60 Minutes, an all-audio course that conveys and instills useful language within an hour. It's easy - no book needed and no grammar rules to learn! Each phrase is repeated so the listener can commit it to memory. For those who want to associate the written word with what they've learned, a 16-page booklet is included listing all words presented in the audio plus phonetic pronunciation and translation.
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People who are already familiar with the Alphabet and how words are broken down by syllables.
I like that the people that spoke the Korean words seem to be Korean or of Korean descent. What I didn't like was that they spoke the words at normal speed and then they tried to break up the phrase by syllables by digital means. It sounded like they used software to cut up the phrase or word instead of having the person actually say the word again slower and say the word or phrase broken up into syllables. Most of the time they broke the word or phrase at an unnatural parts.
Next time have the speakers say the phrase 3 times: normal speed, slowly, and broken down by syllable.
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