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An online Omaha Korean class provided by Varsity Tutors can help you build your command of the language. Students from Central High School and the University of Nebraska - Omaha may be interested in joining the class to add a second language to their skill set or for a school requirement. Adult learners in the area may choose to add a language to gain a stronger cultural appreciation and understanding or to pad their resumes. Whatever the motivation, these classes are designed to be accessible to students at any level of understanding, from an absolute beginner to an advanced Korean speaker.

Korean is spoken by about 75 million people worldwide. while the majority of Korean language speakers reside in North Korea and South Korea, other countries like China, United States, Russia, and Japan boast a population of native Korean speakers as well. Korean is considered an isolate language. This means that there is not another language that has obvious relationships to it, though Japanese is a language that is proposed have some relationships with Korean. Korean is the official language of both North and South Korea, and there are some small differences between dialects in the two countries, like occasional spelling and vocabulary choices. For the most part, both countries follow unified standards.

What will a Omaha Korean course cover?

The Omaha Korean class will be completely online and taught by an expert Korean teacher. Students will utilize our state-of-the-art virtual learning environment to attend classes. Students will use their microphone to communicate with the teacher and their peers. Since classes are based on different levels of understanding of the language, the following are concepts that students may see in their curriculum.

The Omaha Korean course can cover standard language topics such as reading, writing, pronunciation, and speech. There also are nuances that set Korean apart from the English language. An example of this is sentence structure. In Korean, there are three different sentence structures: subject-object-verb, subject-verb, and subject-adjective. Each sentence must end with a verb or an adjective. Ending on a verb is often difficult for English speakers to comprehend initially. While learning Korean, you'll have to listen carefully to understand the tense of the sentence being said because you won't know until you hear the verb at the end. Verb conjugation is another area that may be difficult to grasp at first. Verbs are conjugated based on the speech level of who you are speaking with rather than the subject or pronoun used in the verb's sentence. Speech levels in Korean depend on who you are talking with. Some examples of speech levels are casual, informal polite, and formal polite. These are distinguished based on your relationship, and they establish respect between two people.

Students may also get the opportunity to learn about Korean history and culture in the Omaha Korean class. An expert Korean teacher can supplement language education with practical examples seen in modern-day North and South Korea. These may include navigating around Incheon Airport in Seoul, South Korea or shooting the breeze with a local fisher-person. Students also have the opportunity to schedule a virtual meeting with their instructor to work on material they are having a tough time understanding. These would be comparable to a college professor's "office hours." These one-on-one sessions are offered by request for students in an Omaha Korean course.

How do I sign up for a class?

We understand that each student has unique scheduling needs. For this reason, we have a rolling admissions structure. Each month new classes begin, so you won't have to wait long to get started. Class sections are also offered at many different times throughout the day. Maybe you'll find that taking a class over your lunch break works best for you. Perhaps you'd rather learn in the evenings after work or school. the flexibility of online classes also means that some students may choose to learn from their own home, while others may want to work at the Millard Branch Library.

There are educational consultants ready to help you choose the best course for you based on your current understanding of Korean and the availability in your schedule. We want you to get the most out of your next language learning adventure. Please give Varsity Tutors a call today to learn more about the Omaha Korean course. Our educational consultants are standing by to answer any questions you might have and to get you signed up for an upcoming class section.

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