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If you're learning Korean for the first time, a Miami Korean course offered by Varsity Tutors could really help. Korean is a very unique language, and experts still aren't sure exactly where it came from. While there are some loose connections to the Japanese language, Korean is largely considered a language isolate. Korean is spoken in South and North Korea, but there are also pockets of Korean speakers throughout the entire world. You might find Korean speakers in places like Russia, the United States, China, and Japan. In total, Korean is spoken by approximately 75 million people around the world.

You might be interested in learning Korean for a number of different reasons. Perhaps you're a university student at St. Thomas University in Florida, and you need to meet certain language requirements in order to take various programs. Maybe you're a high school student at Coral Reef Senior High School or South Miami Senior High School, and you want to get a head start on your Korean education. Knowing Korean might help you when applying to universities.

Working professionals might also want to learn Korean in order to access new international markets. South Korea is home to many major companies, such as LG and Hyundai. Who knows what kind of business networking opportunities might arise after you learn Korean?

Putting all that aside, you might be learning Korean out of purely personal interest. Learning a language is always fulfilling and interesting, and Korean is no different. Whatever your reasons might be for learning Korean, these courses can help you gain a much deeper understanding of this unique language.

What Might A Miami Korean Course Cover?

Your Korean course will provide you with a full overview of this language, including aspects of Korean history and culture. While there some minor differences between the Korean used in North and South Korea, the two nations use essentially the same language. One of the main differences between Korean and English is the structure of sentences. Each Korean sentence must end with either a verb or an adjective. This might seem grammatically incorrect for English speakers at first, which could be confusing. When conversing in Korean, it's very important to listen to the end of the sentence, as this is where crucial information is communicated. For example, the last word in a sentence might make the entire expression positive, negative, or in past tense.

Korean writing is known as Hangul, and it's entirely syllabic. An interesting feature of this alphabet is the fact that the consonants tend to mimic the shape of the speaker's mouth when speaking those sounds. Hangul characters are placed together in square blocks that resemble pictographs, but they're actually just very efficient "chunks" of words. Many linguistic experts consider Korean to one of the best writing systems in the world because the phonology is so well thought out. Unlike English, you won't struggle with silent letters, inconsistent rules, and other confusing elements. Properly conjugated words sometimes form entire sentences. Conjugation changes based on who you're speaking to, rather than what you're speaking about. There are different "speech levels" within the Korean language which change depending on who you're speaking to. You might use polite speech, casual speech, or "informal polite" speech, depending on who you're talking to. Those are only a few important concepts you'll cover in your Korean course, and you'll also cover pronunciation, vocabulary, common phrases, and much more.

How Will I Learn With A Miami Korean Course?

These courses take place in fully online, virtual classrooms. These virtual classrooms have a lot in common with traditional learning environments, and you'll learn with other students in a collaborative setting. An expert, highly qualified Korean instructor will lead the lessons, and you'll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions, interact and voice your opinion. This group-based learning approach has proven benefits, and you might find that it's a highly efficient way to learn a new language. If you ever have any trouble with specific Korean concepts, you can always contact your instructor on a one-on-one basis.

How Do You Sign Up For A Miami Korean Class?

There are plenty of flexible scheduling options for your Miami Korean class. Choose from either a two-week or four-week class, with new classes starting every single month. You can also choose from night classes, weekend classes, and even classes that take place during your lunch break.

Don't hesitate for another moment. Call Varsity Tutors, and speak with our educational consultants. They'll help you find all the information you need to start your first Miami Korean class.

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