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Korean Through Folktales

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This book is available in several formats: an editable Word document, a PDF (with files for the entire book and individual parts), and a web book on the Pressbooks platform. While the Word and PDF versions of this book were created and directed for more optimal use in the classroom, the webbook version exists primarily for those interested in editing, building, and/or remixing the material using Pressbooks. This book links out to multimedia resources not created by PSU, which may not have been created with accessibility in mind.

This book is dedicated to my parents who taught me the importance of education and Emad Albidah who reminded me how much fun learning a new language can be. The intended audience for this book is an academic English program in a university setting, but with minor modifications, it can be adapted to meet the needs of adult learners in community classrooms. Due to the open access format of this textbook, students from all over the world can also benefit from the content and improve their language skills independently by downloading this book for free.

There is a lot of warm-up and a lot of practice before you can do well.

Learning English at a University

You may have already studied at university, but learning a new language is a special goal that requires a special set of tools to succeed. In this chapter, we will discuss three sets of learning tips to help you get off to a good start in learning English. Remember that learning should take place in the classroom with your teacher and classmates, as well as outside of the classroom on your own time.

Before you translate a word in your dictionary into your language, try to understand the word from its context (the words around it). Do you use any other learning strategies that are different from those discussed here? Also, remember that improving your reading, grammar and writing skills in English will also help you improve your speaking and listening.

Vocabulary

When you listen to a word in English, you can hear different parts of the word. If you know how many syllables a word has, you can pronounce the word correctly. Read the paragraph and try to fill in the missing words with the vocabulary words from Chapter 1.

On the first day of English class, there is a lot (blank) you will talk about and (blank) with your teacher and classmates. On the first day, your teacher may share a new lesson or tip that will help increase your (blank) in class. Take turns reading the paragraph aloud and practicing the correct pronunciation of the vocabulary words.

Review

Introductions and Greetings

Vocabulary

Directions

Directions

Directions

Using the information you have heard about Samantha and her grandmother, complete the chart below. Do you think Samantha and her grandmother are more alike or more different. Subject pronouns are used when you are talking about the person as the subject of the sentence.

Possessive adjectives are used when you talk about something that belongs to a person or place. In English, when you are talking about another person or thing, the verb always has an "s". The 3rd person "s" is always used when talking about another person in the present tense.

Directions: Listen to Abdullah and Amy talk about the activities they like to do. Fill in the blanks in the conversation below with the vocabulary words you hear. Abdullah: Well, I'm really a fill-in-the-blank kind of person, so I like hanging out with my friends and doing the things that I have.

However, I believe that this hobby was more popular in the previous fill in the blank in my country. Go back to the conversation on the previous page between Amy and Abdullah and listen to how the speakers use follow-up questions and phrases. Use follow-up questions and statements and include 5 vocabulary words from Chapter 2 in the conversation.

Review

Talking about Travel and Experiences

Vocabulary

Syllables

I had a couple of void fills that were a bit difficult, but overall it was a good trip. Tina: No, I didn't, but my friend filled me in with some Brazilians and they were very nice, so I bought a ticket and went. Or fill in the blank with interesting things you did while you were there.

Tina: Well, my friend that I went with actually filled in the blanks of short travel films, so he made a film about our trip. The verbs 'do' or 'does' are used to start questions when the verb follows the subject. First, ask your partner the WH questions below to understand what kind of vacation they like.

In the English language, the pitch of a person's voice rises or falls when they say the last word of a question or sentence. Directions: Using the intonation examples on the previous page, decide whether the following questions and statements have rising or falling intonation. Directions: Using the words and phrases from above, work with a partner to complete the conversation below.

Use the conversation phrases on the page to keep the conversation going.

Review

Discussing food

Vocabulary

Syllables

Directions: Read the passage and fill in the missing words with words from Chapter 4. In the United States, a lot of food goes through a long time before it reaches the grocery store. However, some types of fruit, such as mangoes or coconuts, are not grown in the United States. They are shipped to the US from other countries.

Study and listen to the examples below and then practice reading the conversation at the end.

Review

Describing places around Town

Vocabulary

Amy: It's an infill of the empty apartment and is centrally located by lots of infill. And because occupancy is not particularly high in the neighborhood, the apartments are more affordable. In front - behind - up/down the street - on the corner - between around the corner - to the right of / to the left of - across the street from - Next to / Next to - at the end of the block 2.

Partner A: Ask your partner the questions and follow their answers on the map Examples: A: Where is the park. Location: Downtown, in a suburb (next to a city), in the city, outside the city, rural. I fill in the blank to see some local places, so I fill in the blank for a lot of people and fill in the blank to make friends.

I made some Japanese friends and they fill in the blank some Japanese food for me. We also fill in the empty field around Tokyo and fill in the blank in a nearby forest.

Review

Mari grew up in both Tokyo and New York and discusses the differences between the two.

Communicating about Hobbies and Routines

Vocabulary

Activity 1

To talk about routines and how often you do something, adverbs of frequency are used. In my spare time, I fill the gap by relaxing and doing outdoor activities. I fill the gap by watching TV and using the Internet, but I fill the gap by watching movies.

Instructions: Complete the table below with the activities you usually do each day of the week.

Review

Discussing Jobs

Vocabulary

Read the conversation below and try to fill in the blank lines with the vocabulary words from the box. Emad: We talked about how to find a job, fill in the blank that corresponds to our university, fill in the blank. The professor told us that in order to fill in the blanks with our job searches in the future, we need to fill in the blanks a lot of jobs.

Emad: That means you should try to fill the void in several different jobs. They offer a number of fill in the blanks to help students looking for jobs. As you listen to people talk about their jobs in Part 1 on the previous page, answer the questions below.

When you need to emphasize or emphasize a word in English so that someone else understands you, you can pronounce the syllables of the word differently.

Review

Sometimes the teacher calls her name to answer questions, but otherwise, Kaori doesn't raise her hand or talk much during class. On weekends, Kaori chats with her family in Japan and watches Japanese movies on the computer. Kaori has been in the United States for two months, but she does not feel that her speaking and listening skills are improving.

Kaori, an English student from Japan, went to talk to her teacher about her listening and speaking skills. She told her teacher that she didn't feel like she was getting better and that she was having a hard time with her English studies. Instead of sitting next to the other Japanese student in her class, Kaori sat next to Mohammed, a student from Kuwait.

On the first day of English class, there is a lot of information that you will talk about and discuss with your teacher and classmates. It is also common for students to talk a lot in groups or pairs and share ideas or opinions about something. On the first day, your teacher may share a new learning strategy or tip that will help increase your success in

I don't really like watching TV too much, but I do like to take pictures with my camera around my neighborhood. He doesn't like technology or using the internet, but he loves gardening and being outside. Abdullah: Well, I'm a really social person, so I like hanging out with my friends and doing things in my community.

In the United States, a lot of food goes through a long process before it ends up in the supermarket.

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