از طریق جملات واقعی اشتباه 150 نکته گرامری کره ای برای تهیه TOPIK بیاموزید!
150 نکته گرامری ضروری برای زبان آموزان ابتدای ورود به سطح متوسط TOPIK!
دستور زبان کره ای را با یادگیری اشتباهات رایج پاک و آسان کنید!
Learn 150 Korean grammar points for TOPIK preparation through actual erroneous sentences!
150 essential grammar points for learners of the beginning to intermediate of TOPIK!
Clear and easy Korean grammar by learning common mistakes!
"Correct Your Korean (Korean Edition") (Darakwon: 2019) is a great book on common Korean grammar and usage mistakes, with a wonderful answer key at the back of the book for chapter exercises, but "Correct Your Korean (Korean edition [a misnomer, since this bilingual book is fully in Korean and English, and is focused towards teaching Korean to English speakers])" is geared more towards intermediate/high-intermediate and advanced students, not beginners or advanced beginners. I think it's best-suited to someone who has gone through all 8-volumes of Talk to Me in Korean's (TTMIK) grammar textbook series AND/OR the 3-volume "Korean Grammar in Use" series (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) published by Darakwon. But I have to say "Correct Your Korean (Korean Edition") is SENSATIONAL, and you should get it now before it goes out of print or the price goes up, if your goal is to become fully fluent in Korean. Every instruction, every example, is both in English and Korean, though the English script is a bit smaller (but easily readable, and I am both near-sighted and far-sighted, and use bifocals). "Correct Your Korean (Korean Edition") has wonderful tables and the organization to the book is stellar. I don't have time to discuss the many wonderful structural gems in this book, but trust me, you will LOVE the book, even if like me, you feel your Korean is NOT YET at the level you can actually use the book at the moment.
I must also say that authors were REALLY generous with their grammar instruction. I have a Ph.D. in English, and have taught English for years, and I was greatly impressed by the thoroughness of the grammar explanations in "Correct Your Korean (Korean Edition") . The attempt here is to provide Korean language learners with an accurate and complete explanation of whatever topic area is under discussion, whether it be the use of noun and subject particles, endings, or more advanced concepts in Korean. And I have to say there are plentiful chapter and sub-chapter lessons in this very large Korean language text written in small, but eye-friendly font size: one truly gets one's money's worth as far as "lessons for your bucks" is concerned.
For beginners and advanced beginners (as well as Intermediate and Advanced) students of the Korean language, I would say that Billy Go's book that is sold through TTMIK or Amazon called "Common Mistakes Korean Learner's Make" is a better fit. The lessons in Billy Go's book are shorter, and thus less in depth, but they are designed to help Korean learners avoid misunderstanding the lessons they've learned in basic Korean grammar textbooks, and/or in teaching us how we sometimes over or misapply a Korean grammar point, and get it wrong.
I actually think anyone who wishes to master Korean, and is a native speaker of English, would want to purchase BOTH Billy Go's "Common Mistakes Korean Learners Make" (TTMIK: 2019) and "Correct Your Korean (Korean Edition" (Darakwon: 2019). And again, both teach Korean language learners via English language explanations, so they are both great investments. Once again, however, it would be best to master the basics of Korean grammar first, THEN use both of these wonderful books to add depth and precision -- and corrections -- to your grammar knowledge.