We have a language learning software for learning Korean and need Grammar Notes written for it. You need to explain how certain grammar works, e.g. past tense, future, questions etc. Each of our lesson focuses on a specific grammar element which you need to explain. You should also use some of the sentences used in the particular lesson within your explanation.
Altogether the grammar notes will have approx. 5000 - 6000 words spread over approx. 50-60 lessons. Lots of lessons teach the same grammar elements, so you can use the same explanation but just referring to different sample sentences of that particular lesson.
You should have experience in teaching Korean to foreigners and very good English skills.
Please explain in your bid your experience with teaching/tutoring Korean. Native English/Americans which are absolutely fluent in Korean and have it learned as a second language are also invited to bid.
Shortlisted bidders will receive much more detailed information so that you can then adjust your bid price to the exact requirements.
Sample from our Thai Grammar Notes (the same style should be done for Korean Grammar Notes)
In this lesson, I will help you to formulate questions in Thai.
There are a few different ways to make questions in the Thai language.
A) Using the general question words mai or rue
These words are question words which are just added at the end of the sentence. Look at for instance what you learned in lesson 1:
khun sabai die rue krab
How are you?
Take note that the word mai or rue is placed before the polite particle Krab for a man, and Ka for a woman.