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This is the introductory post on the importance of listening exercises in learning Korean language.
This is kind of a trial thing that I'm doing.
2. If you practice "reading" and "writing" without learning how different words and sentences are pronounced in Korean, you would not be able to understand what someone is saying in Korean because you'd be unfamiliar with the sounds.
P.S. To get the facts right, babies actually start talking around 12 months.
"On average, children begin talking around 12 months. By 15 to 18 months, some kids may say between 20 and 50 words, while others may say only 5 to 10. At this age, a child should also understand some words, such as when you ask her to "show me your nose."
The best way to promote speech? Spend time talking or singing to your child. Daily reading is another excellent way."