DLI - Korean Language Course - SOLT Course: Module 4 - 6

We made using the DLI - Korean Language Course - SOLT Course: Module 4 - 6 material easier to use and more effective. You can now read the ebook (in the pane on the left), listen to the audio (pane to the right) and practice your pronunciation (use on the Pronunciation Tool tab on right) all at the same time.

The DLI - Korean Language Course - SOLT Course: Module 4 - 6 material can be used both as a self-guided course or with the assistance of a qualified Korean tutor.

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Korean SOLT textbook - 061_M4L1HW4

Korean SOLT textbook - 062_M4L2HW1

Korean SOLT textbook - 063_M4L2HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 064_M4L2HW9

Korean SOLT textbook - 065_M4L3HW5

Korean SOLT textbook - 066_M4L3HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 067_M4L3HW9

Korean SOLT textbook - 068_M4L3HW12

Korean SOLT textbook - 069_M4L4HW5

Korean SOLT textbook - 070_M4L5HW2

Korean SOLT textbook - 071_M4L5HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 072_M4L5HW8

Korean SOLT textbook - 073_M4L5HW9

Korean SOLT textbook - 074_M4L6HW2

Korean SOLT textbook - 075_M4L6HW5

Korean SOLT textbook - 076_M4L7HW2

Korean SOLT textbook - 077_M4L7HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 078_M4L7HW8

Korean SOLT textbook - 079_M4L8HW2

Korean SOLT textbook - 080_M4L8HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 081_M4L8HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 082_M5L1HW1

Korean SOLT textbook - 083_M5L1HW3

Korean SOLT textbook - 084_M5L1HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 085_M5L1HW8

Korean SOLT textbook - 086_M5L1HW10

Korean SOLT textbook - 087_M5L2HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 088_M5L3HW4

Korean SOLT textbook - 089_M5L3HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 090_M5L4HW3

Korean SOLT textbook - 091_M5L4HW4

Korean SOLT textbook - 092_M5L4HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 093_M5L4HW8

Korean SOLT textbook - 094_M5L4HW9

Korean SOLT textbook - 095_M5L5HW1

Korean SOLT textbook - 096_M5L5HW2

Korean SOLT textbook - 097_M5L5HW3

Korean SOLT textbook - 098_M5L5HW5

Korean SOLT textbook - 099_M5L5HW8

Korean SOLT textbook - 100_M5L5HW9

Korean SOLT textbook - 101_M5L5HW10

Korean SOLT textbook - 102_M5L5HW11

Korean SOLT textbook - 103_M5L5HW12

Korean SOLT textbook - 104_M5L5HW13

Korean SOLT textbook - 105_M5L5HW14

Korean SOLT textbook - 106_M5L6HW3

Korean SOLT textbook - 107_M5L6HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 108_M5L6HW8

Korean SOLT textbook - 109_M6L1HW4

Korean SOLT textbook - 110_M6L1HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 111_M6L1HW8

Korean SOLT textbook - 112_M6L1HW9

Korean SOLT textbook - 113_M6L2HW1

Korean SOLT textbook - 114_M6L2HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 115_M6L2HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 116_M6L3HW2

Korean SOLT textbook - 117_M6L3HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 118_M6L4HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 119_M6L4HW7

Korean SOLT textbook - 120_M6L5HW5

Korean SOLT textbook - 121_M6L5HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 122_M6L6HW6

Korean SOLT textbook - 123_M6L7HW5

Korean SOLT textbook - 124_M6L7HW6


Defense Language Institute Korean  - Image These three modules build on the 1st SOLT Korean modules. They contain more in depth discussions of language used in daily interactions in Korean, but also start covering vocabulary specific to military (geared towards US military) based on the Korean peninsula.

Korean is the official language of South Korea and North Korea as well as one of the two official languages in China's Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture. Approximately 78 million people speak Korean worldwide. For over a millennium, Korean was written with adapted Chinese characters called hanja, complemented by phonetic systems like hyangchal, gugyeol, and idu. In the 15th century, a national writing system called hangul was commissioned by Sejong the Great, but it only came into widespread use in the 20th century, because of the yangban aristocracy's preference for hanja. While (apart from certain ancient languages of Korea) the majority of linguists consider Korean to be a language isolate, there have been attempts to link it with other languages in the region. Korean is similar to the Altaic languages in lacking certain grammatical elements, including articles, fusional morphology and relative pronouns. Since Ramstedt's 1928 article, some linguists support the hypothesis that Korean can be classified as an Altaic language or as a relative of proto-Altaic. However, linguists agree today that typological resemblances cannot be used to prove genetic relatedness of languages, as these features are typologically connected and easily borrowed. Such factors of typological divergence as Middle Mongolian's exhibition of gender agreement can be used to argue that a genetic relationship is unlikely.

Korean is spoken in: South Korea, North Korea

Korean is also called: Chaoxian, Hanguk Mal, Hanguk Uh, Hanguohua

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