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Shmoop's got the scoop on the strategies you'll need to know to ace the SAT Korean with Listening exam. What to do when faced with what looks like Korean Mad Libs, how to tune in to whirlwind audio passages, and how to recognize adjective conjugations when under the gun.
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There are enough Korean drills crammed into this package to last you fifteen years in solitary confinement. Well, maybe not that long, but if you complete them all then you'd be well on your way to becoming the next Park Chan Wook.
Just try spelling Robeefalo in Hangul, I dare you.