Korean: Family Part 3

Welcome to the third blog post on talking about your family in Korean (See Part 1 and Part 2 here). This lesson also introduces some more everyday vocabulary and talks about Korean counters – in this case the counter used for people and how that combines with the numbers. Here is some other useful vocabulary…

Multilingual flashcard: Purple

Multilingual flashcard 106 – Purple in 10 languages. A colour of mystery and power, representing royalty in some cultures, magic in others and mourning in others. Is it your favourite? Image credits: Sensational Colour and Ingrid Sundberg  

Multilingual flashcard: Blue

Multilingual flashcard 105 – Blue in 10 languages. Blue is consistently one of the most popular colours around the world and across all age groups. It makes us relax and can seem trustworthy when used as a logo for a company. How many of you have some blue in your homes? Image credits: Sensational Colour…

Multilingual flashcard: Green

Multilingual flashcard 104 – Green in 10 languages. I fill my home and my classroom with plants – it always makes things better to have a bit of green around, don’t you agree? Image credits: Sensational Colour and Ingrid Sundberg

Multilingual flashcard: Yellow

Multilingual flashcard number 103 – yellow in 10 languages. Image credits: Sensational Colour and Ingrid Sundberg  

Multilingual flashcard: Red

Multilingual flashcard 101 – Red in 10 languages. Image credits: Sensational Colour and Ingrid Sundberg

Multilingual flashcard: Constellation

Multilingual flashcard 96 – Constellation in 10 languages Oops! seem to have missed this one when uploading the flashcards to the blog- sorry! A constellation is a group of stars forming a recognizable pattern that is often named after what it resembles and is often connected to mythology. The International Astronomical Union (IAU) recognized 88…

Multilingual flashcard: Universe

Multilingual flashcard 100 – Universe in 10 languages. The Universe – all of time, space and their contents. Everything that has existed, does exit and will exist. How incredible that we can sum all of that up in just one word? We know very little about our universe and are still discovering things about our…

Multilingual flashcard: Planet

Multilingual flashcard 99 – Planet in 10 languages Our Solar System contains a eight planets, alongside other astronomical bodies. The classification of planets has changed; many still remember learning that Pluto was a planet, though it has since been reclassified. A planet is an astronomical body orbiting a star or stellar remnant that is massive…

Multilingual flashcard: Comet

Multilingual flashcard 98 – Comet in 10 languages Why not combine some Science with language learning? A comet is a small Solar System body made (mostly) of ice that, when nearing the sun, warms and produces gases, thus producing the visible tail of a comet. As of 2014, there are 5253 known comets which will,…