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on March 8, 2010
Finally! A reference book on Korean grammar that is explained thoroughly and clearly for a native English speaker!
This book explains everything from basic object/subject particles to levels of speech, to complex grammar. It explains how words are formed in Korean, outlining concepts of root-words, prefixes, suffixes, adverbs, adjectives etc. The table of contents and index make it possible to search for information quickly.
Basically this book explains Korean extremely well for those wondering why sentences and words are formulated the way they are.
It is designed for those who have a basic knowledge of Korean, and is to be used as a reference (like a 'grammar-dictionary').
I would recommend this to anyone who wants to become proficient in Korean.