I haven’t added any application or book reviews to the site yet (still working on them), but I wanted to let all of you 한국어 (Korean) learners out there that I have begun adding a few decks on the mobile app / website Tiny Cards. Eventually, I will do a full review on this application, but in the meantime, I thought it would be useful to mention it for everyone’s reference.
Tiny Cards (TC) is a subset of the language learning company Duolingo (I will write a review on their product at a later date). TC is a digital flashcard-like application where you can make your own decks or study decks made by other users, even from Duolingo. Currently, my favorite person to follow for Korean vocabulary is (Deedee). She makes amazing flashcards based on the lessons provided by Duolingo in the actual language lessons on their website. I have also begun making my own set of flashcards based on different frequency lists I have found useful. I will cover frequency lists in a later post as well, but the TL;DR version is that they are a list of the most commonly used words in a language. The images on my decks are also images I took while visiting a friend in Korea in 천안시(Cheonan) during March 2018. So, if you’re interested in checking them out, you can find them under my username (Zypher052) or just CLICK HERE. 😀
The current decks I have made:
- Frequently used Korean particles (는/은, 이/가, etc.)
- Prepositions (above, below, beside, etc.)
- 100 Core Korean words by KoreanClass101.com
See you all next time!
– Rebekah T.