Hi there! My name is Stacey Kim who studied Education (MA TESOL) at the University of Leeds, England.
I LOVE learning languages and talking to people from other countries, that's why I decided to become a 'Language teacher'.
Vygotsky's theories stress the fundamental role of social interaction in the development of cognition (Vygotsky, 1978).
As you know language has power and you can achieve your language learning goals through interaction.
I'm now here to help you to improve your Korean. You will eventually achieve your learning goals and be fluent in Korean with my help:)
I actually have my own channel which is for mainly teaching English to Korean students. I'll leave the link here, feel free to check it out.
Meeting people and having a chat with them
Making friends as you can hear a wide range of vocabulary
Yes or no.
It absolutely depends on how much you are interested in learning Korean.
If you are passionate, then yes for sure.
We do have three different ways of speaking which include honorific, respect, and casual way.
So, you need to listen and speak as much as you can.
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