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If you're interested in beginning to learn Korean or building on your existing skills, Varsity Tutors can assist you in finding an Indianapolis Korean course that can provide you with the support and guidance that you may need to build your skills. Whether you're enrolled in a degree program at the University of Indianapolis, a North Central High School or Warren Central High School student, or a student at any other area school, there are courses that can match your skill level and your scheduling requirements. Adult learners and business professionals can also benefit from an online language course and find one that fits within their busy lives.

Traditional classrooms may not always provide students with the resources and amount of practice necessary to efficiently build Korean proficiency, so seeking additional resources can be both beneficial and necessary. An Indianapolis Korean course will give you access to an experienced Korean teacher and a community of other learners to practice with so that you can work toward achieving your language goals.

How will an Indianapolis Korean class help me reach for my goals?

The Korean language is spoken by approximately 75 million people worldwide. Korean is the official language of South Korea and North Korea but is also spoken in other countries around the world, such as the United States, Russia, China, and Japan. Korean is a language isolate, which means that it has no known relation to any other existing language, although scholars believe there may be some traits associated with Japanese. This means that Korean can present some unique quirks that may be tough for some learners to get used to, but with the assistance of an Indianapolis Korean class, you can make headway into this complex language.

Korean sentence structures often seem to be reversed to English speaking students. All sentences have to end with a verb or an adjective, where English usually would place the object at the end of the sentence. For example, while in English you might say "He rode the bike," in Korean the sentence would be closer to "He the bike rode." Other information is contained in the end of the sentence as well, such as what tense the sentence is in, whether the sentence is positive or negative, and so on. You'll have to examine the ending of a sentence before you can comprehend the meaning of preceding information.

Additionally, Korean verb conjugation uses a set of speech levels that communicate formality and politeness, so you'll have to adjust your conjugations depending on who you're speaking to and how you'd like to address them. You won't have to take plurality or subject (like first-person or third-person subjects) into account, but you will have to make sure that all your verbs align with the level of speech you're using. An Indianapolis Korean course will also cover pronunciation, essential phrases, vocabulary, and even some Korean culture and history.

You'll learn all of this in an online classroom where you'll see and speak with your teacher and your classmates over live video chat. By removing the need for a commute, your Indianapolis Korean class can not only help you save time and money but also break down barriers between you and your language goals. Learning Korean requires a lot of dedicated practice, so the more accessible your class is the less likely you are to miss opportunities to use your Korean. Online classes are also able to offer a wider range of class times, so whether you're professional in the workforce looking for a class late at night, a high school student that needs to study on the weekend, or a college student with free time early in the day, you can find something that's suitable.

Once you've accessed your online course, you'll be taught lessons by a professional Korean instructor and engage in discussions and activities with other students. You are probably already aware of how important it is to practice your speaking and listening skills with other learners because it can expand your vocabulary and knowledge of Korean grammar while getting you more comfortable conversing outside of the classroom setting. Collaborative learning environments like this have been shown to help students acquire new information and more easily retain that information. However, we know that one-on-one study with an expert has advantages too, so you'll be able to request private meeting time with your instructor to address any material you find difficult.

How can I get enrolled in a course?

If you contact Varsity Tutors, discuss what you are looking for in an Indianapolis Korean course, talk through scheduling options, and get you enrolled in a session. Courses start every month on a rolling basis, so you won't have to wait long to start working with an experienced instructor.

Contact us today to connect with a top Indianapolis Korean instructor