ERIC Number: ED030114
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Publication Date: 1969
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Beginning Korean. Yale Linguistic Series.
Martin, Samuel E.; Lee, Young-Sook C.
A "model of structural linguistic analysis as well as a teaching tool," this text is designed to give the student a comprehensive grasp of the essentials of modern Korean in 25 lessons, with 5 review lessons, leading to advanced levels of proficiency. It is intended to be used by adult students working either in classes or by themselves, with the assistance of native speakers or tape recordings. Each lesson contains basic sentences, grammar notes with additional examples, exercises, comprehension practice, and conversation guides. Grammatical structures are presented systematically, with a detailed cross-index integrated into the Korean-English vocabulary that accompanies the English-Korean vocabulary at the end of the book. All material is presented in Yale Romanization. This course is based on the "Yale audio-lingual approach." (AMM)
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Autoinstructional Aids, Contrastive Linguistics, Grammar, Instructional Materials, Korean, Korean Culture, Language Instruction, Pattern Drills (Language), Pronunciation, Vocabulary
Yale University Press, 149 York St., New Haven, Conn. 06511 (Cloth, $15.00, Paperback, $8.75).
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Authoring Institution: Yale Univ., New Haven, CT.