Helpful Links: Introduction to Korean, Genki Korean, Useful Phrases

Serious Note: I have huge frustrations with this lanuage. I have three different learn korean books and all three of them contradict eachother.  There are multiple ways to say certain things, I will not always give you all of them, but they SHOULD all be correct. Also, some hangul symbols above, like the ones for b and p- though they have two different symbols, might me romanized differently based on sound.
Example:  비 is Bi- but is pronounced like Pi (pee).

‘Lesson’ 1: Yes, No, Name, This Week, Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday, Who, What, Where, When, Never Mind, and some others.
‘Lesson’ 2: Numbers

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