그래서 오늘 남 인도의 유명한 라슴을 여러분께 소개하려고 하고 맛있게 끓이는 방법을 설명 해 드릴게요.
라슴은 뜨거운 수프처럼 이지만 아주 얇은 수프이고 매운 것 입니다. 이 추운 날씨에 만드면 좋겠습니다.
라슴을 맛있게 끓이려면 필요할 재료:
1. 토마토 (3 개)
2. 검은 호주 종자의 가루 (1 티스푼)
3. 다진은 생강하고 마늘을 (1 티스푼)
4. 조금 아소포티다
5. 겨자 씨앗 (1 티스푼)
7. 피진 아이 비느스 (쿼터 컵)
8. 라슴의 가루를 (3 테이블 스푼) .
(다 남 인도의 가게에서 살 수 있습니다!)
우선 피진 아이 비느스를 쿠커에서 끓이고 토마토, 검은 호주 종자의 가루, 다진은 생강하고 마늘을, 조금 아소포티다, 라슴의 가루를 넣고 끓을 때까지 가다리십시오. 그 동안에 냄비에 기름을 넣고 겨자 씨앗을 볶어 드십시오. 겨자 씨앗은 소리를 하면 라슴에 넣십시오. 기름을 튈 수 있어서 주심 해야 합니다. 마지막으로 고수도 넣십시오. 그냥 먹어도 괜찮지만 밥과 먹ㅇ면 더 좋습니다.
이렇게 간단하게 만들수 있지만 정말 맛있기 때문에 라슴을 바쁜 생활에 재일입니다. 감기가 걸리면 건감에도 재일 입니다. 꼭 만들어 보십시오!
재미 있을 것 같아서 여기서 보이고 싶었어요. 주멀에 보녁하겠습니다. 사람보다 옷 잘 입는 개 - The Dog Who Wears Clothes Better Than People
최근 온라인상에는 '사람보다 옷 잘 입는 개' 라는 키워드로 한 장 의 공개됐다.
Amongst the online searches with the most hits, a picture with the keywords 'The Dog Who Wears Clothes Better Than People' has been released.
공개된 사진에는 패셔너블한 모습의 개의 모습이 담겨 있다. 청재킷과 스웨터, 넥타이 등을 착용한 모습은 일명 '사람보다 옷 잘 입는 개'라는 칭호를 받기에 충분하다.
The released pictures contain a dog which appears like a fashion noble. The (dog's) appearance wearing things such as a denim jacket, sweater and necktie was enough to earn the title of 'The Dog Who Wears Clothes Better Than People'.
특히 사람보다 옷 잘 입는 개는 단순히 옷을 잘 입는 것만이 아니라 상황에 따라 옷을 어떻게 코디해야 하는지까지 제안 하고 있어 눈길을 끈다.
In particular, it isn't merely that this dog wears clothes well, but it also suggests which clothes to co-ordinate together depending on the situation to make it eye-catching.
It is simple - I surround myself with the target material.
For me, that is pretty much living in a cave of Korea and Japan while I live in England. It is hard - after hours of revision, it is *not exactly* fun to watch a drama if you are frustrated! But the amount of words I accumulate this way is ridiculous. Some words, I didn't even know I knew until I was asked.
I am an auditory and kinaesthetic learner I think, so watching a drama and working out how grammar works, using it (I talk to myself far too much) while I walk around and do other stuff, then trying to place it in the form of written notes was my original method.
However, if you are in a textbook based course, the above method may not work unless you have a really good audio CD that accompanies your textbook. I don't like the audio CD that came with our textbooks quite simply because it uses English for the instructions. I don't like to confuse my brain too much! I am used to the Japanese CDs that are completely in Japanese.
So this is my approach to our Korean textbook.
1. Learn the words first
I can't stress the importance of this enough. If you fall behind with this section, all other sections suffer. Some 2000 words are introduced in Elementary Korean and Continuing Korean with only 21 or so actual chapters. Most of those words are important and basic - you need them!
If you are a student who will enter SOAS soon to do a BA in Korean, I highly recommend learning some of the words beforehand. Grammar is harder to grasp because you need professional teaching which SOAS can later provide but elementary vocabulary is solely the learner's responsibility in my opinion.
Suck it up - they do need to be memorised.
2. Do the exercises
Do this part as you read / after a quick read through the explanation for the target grammar: If you know the words, at this point all you would be doing is conjugating!
Don't revise all the grammar and then do all of the exercises - that is way too much at one go. Just concentrate on one grammar point at one time. The rest falls into place as you listen in class and do other class exercises and things.
3. Mark your common mistakes (vocabulary, grammar points, syntax etc.).
Put them on a sheet of paper in some sort of neat order. It is always advisable to put words you can't quite remember within its context.
For example, if you can't remember 술 (alcohol) and 값 (price), it would be better to learn them together in a sentence like
술의 값은 늘었어요.
The price of alcohol increased.
(Don't worry, it hasn't!)
4. Look at that paper everyday for about 2-3 minutes.
You could do this right before you sleep, right after you wake up or while you snack or something - what is important is that you see it a couple of times every now and then.
5. You deserve a break now!
I would watch a Korean drama at this point.
Currently, I'm watching Jeon Woo Chi - I am a big Cha Tae Hyun fan and I almost forgot that until someone in class mentioned Speedy Scandal.
He is so funny! :)
I make my own grammar notes to consolidate all the topics covered in a lesson.
They start out neat and colourful - this dwindles to the basics later on. I am not a visual learner in the least except for shapes of words for spelling which is pretty useless in Korean, so I start for funsies, then give up when I am out of time or get bored.
Here are some examples from when I did a full revision of all topics covered up till now in the new book.
the heart that sings stars, we ought to love all things that will
나한테 주어진 길을
I must walk on the path that was given to me.
밤에도 별이 바람에 스치운다...
today, the wind sweeps amongst the stars..
correct translation from the Korea Times .
me have no shame Under the heaven Till I die Even the sound of wind
passing the leaves Pained my heart. With a heart singing stars. I
will love all dying things. And I must step my path That's been given
to me. Tonight also The wind sweeps past among the stars.