Writing Systems of the World
Size: 24 x 36 inches on sturdy cardstock Description: This beautiful wallchart outlines 51 different writing systems from around the world, divided into abjads, alphabets, abugidas, syllabaries, logosyllabaries, and signal-based alternatives. Includes: Arabic, Armenian, Bengali, Braille, Burmese, Chinese, Ethiopian, Ge
Korean Language Bank: The Past Tense -았/었다
The Korean past tense, -았/었다, is a rather simple Korean grammar topic if you've mastered the Korean present tense since they are very similar.
Korean Language Bank: Indirect Quotation
Indirect quotation is another way to quote someone, but without having to use quotation marks. At first, this Korean grammar topic might seem overwhelming.