Pimsleur Premium features (including Flash Cards, Speed Round, etc.) and Bonus Content are available for this language and 18 other languages, but are not currently available for all languages in All Access. Voice Coach is available for this language, but is not available for all languages in All Access.
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Pimsleur Premium Lifetime Purchase
- Pimsleur Korean Level 1 Premium
- 30 Lessons
- Pimsleur Korean Level 2 Premium
- 30 Lessons
- Pimsleur Korean Level 3 Premium
- 30 Lessons
With this program you start from zero, first learning survival phrases and vocabulary, and eventually progressing to a high-intermediate level of speaking and understanding.
Every lesson contains an introductory conversation and isolated vocabulary and structures, as well as full practice of all vocabulary introduced. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension to promote proficiency. At the completion of this program, you'll be speaking and understanding with near-fluency and with impressive conversational skills.
This course will expand your vocabulary, encourage you to share your opinions and interests, introduce you to less formal conversations, and help you to venture out to new travel destinations. You'll learn to share your impressions and opinions, describe people and places, and convey your preferences.
Reading Lessons are included for each level. In Level 1, you'll learn to sound out words then phrases and sentences. In Levels 2 and 3, you'll continue to practice reading, improve your pronunciation, and learn new vocabulary. Before you know it, you'll be reading with the ease and flexibility of a native speaker.
Learning the sound of each letter alone and in culturally distinct combinations allows your brain to process what you're hearing in the audio lessons from a new and different perspective. It's a powerful combination that makes Pimsleur different from every other method on the market.
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.
Speak with Confidence. Read like a Native.
Through his research, Dr. Pimsleur found that traditional teaching methods like memorizing vocabulary, conjugating verbs, and practicing grammar actually SLOW DOWN your ability to learn. He called them the kiss of total silence because they made it nearly impossible to speak. It's the reason learning a language feels so difficult, when it should feel totally natural.
It makes sense when you think about it. Have you ever seen a toddler memorizing vocabulary lists? Or picking out parts of speech in a sentence diagram? Of course not. Children learn language the way we were meant to ‐ by listening. That's because we are hardwired to remember sounds and store them in our memory automatically.
It's the same way you pick up a song on the radio. You don't have to study the lyrics or understand musical notes and chords to remember a song. Chances are, if you hear a song once you can sing along the next time you hear it.
Don't miss out. Try Pimsleur today while your first week is FREE!