The Loecsen.com review was originally published in Dulaboo.com. I used to write for the said website before my contract expired. Republishing here for archiving purposes. Edited to suit Yoast’s requirements.
I often appreciate a language learning website that provides not only text and characters when teaching a foreign language but audio-visuals (even those that contain even just 1 word) as well. This is why I ended up liking what I saw at Loecsen.com.
Apart from Korean, Loecsen.com also offers other languages of Asian and European origin. Most of these syllabi have free versions and premium versions apart from mobile and tablet versions too. Never again do you have to worry about not getting access to your lessons now that technology has reached flexible levels to meet academic needs like language lessons.
Just like Spanish (see my review of SpanishExperto.com), there is no single translation for a certain expression. For example, when shopping in Korea, there are 2 ways to say “How much is it?”: the grammatically correct way to say it and the casual way to say it.
Loecsen.com helps you learn Korean not only by being grammatically correct. It helps you to be understood as well. Effective communication requires not only correct grammar but ensuring that the person you are talking to gets the message.
Korean lessons that Loecsen.com offers included basic sentences that you can use in different situations too. Previous examples refer to the most basic Korean conversational expressions. Just click the drop-down box at the upper left section of the video and you’d be directed to other categories of the Korean lessons depending on which need will be met upon learning Korean.
“Meeting” encapsulates both conversational and formal Korean expressions used in a meeting or other similar business settings. Just like the previous example that demonstrated the 2 ways to make yourself heard, the same principle applies in this category too.
Loecsen.com is considerate enough to know that certain words and expressions do not apply to the conference room.
Realistically speaking, should you not be more conscious of the way you speak whenever a major business presentation needs to be done in front of clients? Keep in mind that you are not only trying to be in the good graces of your boss. You’d also like to win over clients with the proper choice of business Korean words.
You want to make sure that you are understood. But at the same time, you want to make sure that you are speaking within language protocols. If there is such a thing as Business English, there is also Business Korean.
Loecsen.com is still very much alive and still offering language lessons online. Click here to see the latest version of their website. Chances are you’d try learning other languages once you reach a certain level of fluency in Korean.
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