Learn Korean, Japanese, Spanish and French with 🐰 Thenq Thenq 🐰 💖

Today we’re going to talk about learning a second language. 🌟 💪

Learn Korean, Japanese, French, Spanish, Chinese and English with 🐰 Thenq Thenq 🐰 💖

Learn a new language helps you^^ 💖

123.png

Also, it needs a lot of determination and passion! 🌟💪

123.png

1.  Job and salary 💼
123.png 

If you want to learn a language with a large number of speakers and which is spoken in many countries,

In order of ‘usefulness’,

These languages are for you! 👊

123.png

2) Passionate about the art and culture of language 💖

The world welcomes you to explode!

However,
Today I will teach you the fastest & smartest way to learn extra language below! 💪 #Easy #Fun #Efficient! 😜👍💖

 

1. Korean 123.png 2. Japanese 1234.png 3. Spanish 1234.png
4. French 1234.png 5. Chinese 1234.png 6. English 1234.png

1. Korean: 123.png

Only used in Korea, and most probably the one you learn will be the South Korean one. It’s reading method is very clear though and very stable compared to other Asian languages.

1. Korean Musics spark your interest to know how to pronounce their lyrics. 💖

SHINee (샤이니) – Hello

Hello Hello nareumdaero yongil naesseoyo
(Hello Hello 나름대로 용길 냈어요)

Hello Hello jamsiyaegi hallaeyo
(Hello Hello 잠시얘기 할래요)

If you conquer this, you know how to speak as a Korean if I give you any Korean words.

2. Korean drama makes you know how to express certain meaning. 💖

Popular Korean Drama:

123.png
123.png 123.png
Express a Korean meaning.

123.png
The difference between formal and informal speaking.
Formal: While talking to seniors.
Informal: While talking to your friends and juniors.


Korean places “courtesy” as top in their daily socializing. So, knowing how to address “someone close to you” is the first & most important lesson everyone Korean speaking learner has to know.

123.png

Source: Sweet And Tasty TV
Subscribe Korean Teachers on YouTube for fastest & smartest way of learning Korean!

2. Japan: 123.png

Only used in Japan, and not much anywhere else. It has thousands characters and multiple characters that have multiple sound depending on the context.

1. Japanese Writing:
1234 Vs. 123.png

Examples:
1234.png1234.png1234.png1234.png

2. Japanese Pronunciation:

Has only 5 vowels and 14 consonant sounds.
5 vowels, OR 1 vowel+1 consonant.

123.png123.png
1234.png1234.png

1234.png

Learn how to pronounce Japanese Hiragana, Katakana and 漢字 at: Introduction to Japanese Writing

1234.png

Each syllable in Japanese is pronounced for the same length of time with equal stress.
Example: In English, you pronounce “America” by stressing “mer”
However, in Japan, you pronounce it as “America” with a same length of stress.

123.png
123.png Vs. 123.png

 

3. Japanese Grammar:

To form a sentence using Japanese language, it is ALWAYS WITH THIS PRINCIPLE:

123.png123.png

Compare to English, Subject-Verb-Object,
Japanese focuses “Topic” rather than object,
Meaning when they speak, they straight to the point “eat apple”, “open box”, “jump on bed” rather than mentioning who is doing all the actions.

123.png

These are some examples how they really “straight to the point” by emphasizing the “topic” rather than “subject or verb”.
(Object-Verb)

123.png

Additional educational info on forming a Japanese sentence:

123.png

Actually I think to learn Japanese deeply, you have to take step-by-step learning progress.
Consider TV & YouTube Videos designed for young children OR Lyrics for Japanese music, are the smart choices if you are able to persist it.

Source: Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com

3. Spanish: 123.png

More useful if you live in US. There are a lot of Spanish speakers as well and more or less a bit similar to Portuguese.
If you plan on learning other languages, Spanish will help you learn Italian, French and maybe Latin.

1. Spanish Vowel Sounds:

1234.png

The special pronunciation for only these 5 words:
“rr”, “au”, “ui”, “ei” and “ll”.

1234.png

1. rr – Produce a rolled ‘r‘ sound! When you say the word “butter” quickly, the ‘tt’ sound is produced by flapping your tongue against the roof of your mouth, rather than a normal ‘t’ sound (like tree). So basically, roll your ‘R’ while speaking any Spanish words combining with 2Rs!
2. au – Pronounce it as “Ow”.
3. ei – Pronounce it as “Hey”.
4. ui – Know how to pronounce the “u” in the word “sue”? And the “i” in “bee”? So when “u” and “i” combine,  we pronounce “ui” as “wee”.
5. ll – It’s a 2Ls, so you cannot pronounce it as “L” anymore, instead you pronounce it as “y”, just like how “young” and “yeast” works.

Explode how Spanish people learn from “A” to “Z”! 👊 💖

1234.png

2. Learn numbers:

1234.png

3. Memorize simple words!

1234.png

4. Introduce yourself!

1234.png

Recap the video on How to introduce yourself in Spanish! 😍

Suggest you to watch Spanish films and cartoons/ Listen to music and radio/ Learn Spanish cultures/ OR find a native speaker to be your friend, join classes to learn more about Spanish!

Source: Spanish DictButterfly Spanish

French 123.png and Spanish 123.png are pretty similar in terms of vocabulary and grammar; if you get one it’s easier to pick up the other. Your knowledge of English will help you pick up these languages.

4. French: 123.png

One of the top languages in the world, seen as the language of prestige and beauty. It is widely spoken in Africa as well.
A trip to Paris would only be one advantage of mastering French.

1. French Pronunciation:

6 vowels: A E I O U Y.
20 Consonants: B C D F G H J K L M N P Q R S T V W X Z.


Learn the correct accent of A to Z from French Alphabet! 👊 💖

And, know how to talk about the various accents.

1234.png

2. Memorize some simple French keywords you should know.

1234.png

3. Formal vs. Informal language:

1234.png
Informal greeting: Use your face to touch her/his face, and say “Salut!” 💖
Formal greeting: Shake hand and say “Bonjour.” 😊

1234.png

1234.png

#Tips on learning fast everyday! 😁👍

Image titled Learn French Step 3
1. Label objects in your home.
Include the pronuncation on the side, if you need help remembering.
l’ordinateur – lor-dee-nah-tur – Computer
la chaîne hi fi – shen-hi-fi – Stereo
la télévision – tay-lay-vee-zee-ohn – Television
le réfrigérateur – ray-free-zhay-rah-tir – Refrigerator
le congélateur – kon-zhay-lah-tur – Freezer
la cuisinière – kwee-zeen-yehr – Stove

Image titled Read French Step 7
2. Incorporate French into your daily routine.

Source: Speaking French, Wiki HowFrench Words For Beginners

5. Chinese: 123.png

China is the current fastest growing economy in the world, also the biggest global market to break into. China’s economy currently stands the second largest in the world and continues to grow at an amazing pace.

Chinese is also spoken in the important and influential Chinese communities of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines, and Mongolia.

Image titled Learn Mandarin Chinese Step 1

1. Practice using the four Mandarin tones.

  • First tone is a high, flat tone. Your voice stays flat, with no rise or dip in the way it sounds. Using the word “ma” as an example, the first tone is indicated using the symbol above the letter a: “mā”.
  • Second tone is a rising tone. Your voice rises from a low to middle pitch, as if you were asking someone to repeat something by saying “huh?” or “what?” The second tone is indicated using the symbol “má”.
  • Third tone is a dipping tone.The pitch goes from middle to low to high, like when you say the letter “B”. When two third tone syllables are near each other, the second one retains its third tone sound while the first takes the sound of the second tone. The third tone is indicated using the symbol “mǎ”.
  • Fourth tone is a lowering tone. The pitch goes rapidly from high to low, as if giving a command e.g. stop! Or as if you’re reading a book and have come across something new and interesting and are saying “huh”. The fourth tone is indicated using the symbol “mà”.

Image titled Learn Mandarin Chinese Step 2

2. Memorize simple vocabulary.

Some good vocabulary lists to start with includes: times of day (morning: zǎo shàng, afternoon: xià wǔ, evening: wǎn shàng) body parts (head: tóu, feet: jiǎo, hands: shǒu) food (beef: niú ròu, chicken: , egg: jī dàn, noodles: miàn tiáo) along with colors, days, months, transport words, weather, etc.

  • Hello = nǐhǎo, pronounced [nee how]
  • What is your surname (family name)? = nín guì xìng, pronounced [neen gway shing]
  • What’s your name? = nǐ jiào shén me míng zì[1]
  • Yes = shì, pronounced [sh]
  • No = bú shì, pronounced [boo sh]
  • Thank you = xiè xiè, pronounced [shie shie]
  • You’re welcome = bú yòng xiè, pronounced [boo yong shee-e]
  • Excuse me = duì bu qǐ, pronounced [dway boo chee]
  • I don’t understand = wǒ bù dǒng, pronounced [wuo boo downg]
  • Goodbye = zài jiàn, pronounced [zay jee-en]

Image titled Learn Mandarin Chinese Step 3

3. Learn how to count.

  • One: written as (一) or , pronounced [eee]
  • Two: written as (二) or èr, pronounced [arr]
  • Three: written as (三) or sān, pronounced [saan]
  • Four: written as (四) or , pronounced [ssuh]
  • Five: written as (五) or , pronounced [woo]
  • Six: written as (六) or liù, pronounced [lee-yoe]
  • Seven: written as (七) or , pronounced [chi]
  • Eight: written as (八) or , pronounced [baa]
  • Nine: written as (九) or jiǔ, pronounced [jee-yo]
  • Ten: written as (十) or shí, pronounced [sh]

Source: Wiki How

6. English: 

 

The world is using English.
1234.png

Learning English, it is about Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening.
AND!
Watch movies, Play MMO games, Sing songs, Travel to an English-speaking nation, Take advantage of online tools and more fun activities that help you immersed in English speaking surroundings!

 

Dos and Don’ts:

Do label everything in your home;
Don’t focus too much on grammar;
Don’t be afraid to try!

 

SO NOW! xD 😜👍

Do you know how to do 🌟 INTRODUCE YOURSELF 🌟 by using French, Spanish, Japan, Korean language?

1. What is your name?
🐰 Thenq Thenq 🐰: Je suis Thenq Thenq, le propriétaire de cette WordPress. 💖

2. Where are you from?
🐰 Thenq Thenq 🐰: Yo vivo en Malasia. 💖

3. How old are you?
🐰 Thenq Thenq 🐰: 私は19歳です. 👩

4. How are you doing in Malaysia? (I’m currently still a student)
🐰 Thenq Thenq 🐰: 나는 아직도 현재 학생입니다. 🎓

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Languages are meant to be “using”.

Start using it for something real and practical, then you will feel that the time you spend on “learning” it is worth it.

❝The limits of my language are the limits of my world.❞ ‒Ludwig Wittgenstein

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

How is your learning so far?! Do you have any own tips to teach on French, Spanish, Japanese or even Korean?! Feel free to comment and teach us too~ 🐰 💖

 

Advertisements

4 thoughts on “Learn Korean, Japanese, Spanish and French with 🐰 Thenq Thenq 🐰 💖

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s