It is not a sentence in my example. The two words were independent and separated by a comma. So I think they just wanted to give us two words to translate.
Jimin bts army yeah just learning to understand songs and fan chants haha reply if your same like me
YEAHHH ARMY!!! I'm learning Korean, not only for all the groups I like, but also because I'm planning to move.
I know that feeling ^.^. Thinking Japan here though. N yay ARMYs ヾ(´∀｀)ﾉ
Probably at least half of us are here because of kpop xD.
Respect to those who are here for other reasons and have to deal with ppl shouting ARMYY
Literally same. i didn't really have any excuse to start otherwise - except for the fact that I enjoy learning it as its so different yet similar to my own.
Same! But also one day, just one day, I want to meet BTS, and on that day I am going to have a full on conversation with all the members fluently in Korean. But for now, that day is only present in my dreams.
Guys im an army too but i come on the comments to understand the language not get bombarded with "me too1!1 uwu"
First, you buy a cow. Then you name it a peculiar name: Child. Then you milk Child. Now you have Child's milk.
There is a comma. It is a list.
I need to go pick up:
Si, somos muchas Armys que queremos aprender coreano. La verdad no me extraña tanto.. Me da flojera escribirlo en inglés :v
ayeeee armyyyyy learning korean for the sake of not turning on those darn subtitles
remember to peel the child before cooking so you get that textured milk oozing out of the quisey child
Confused as to how we are supposed to know vocabulary after just being taught initial hangul?
Well, you can click on a word to see what it means. Is this your first Duolingo course? (not to be taken as an insult) Also, Duolingo does a bad job teaching Hangul. There are only 24 letters but Duolingo makes it look like a lot by making the syllables look like letters themselves. I reccomend watching Billy GO! Korean or KoreanClass101.com on YouTube
Also Memrise does a good job of teaching the individual symbols that make each of their 'letters' in my opinion
Me too... Like we are not given the meaning initially and we are told to translate
Oh my goodness! This is hilarious! For some reason, people learning Korean are so funny.
"A sentence" and "a sentence you should say out loud and in public" are two entirely separate things...
안녕하세요!! I think they just want to test our reading of hangul using the initial letters we've accumulated so far. It's separated by a comma, so I don't think it was meant as a sentence.
It's the name of the stuff you just learned. BTW, on computer, you can scroll down past the lesson start stuff, and it'll give you some helpful information that really helped me!! :)
Now that is accessed by clicking on the lightbulb button next to the start button.
Just checking, but is there a way to access that info on the app? I get the lightbulb when I'm working through my browser, but not when I'm on the phone.
They just wanted an excuse to use these new syllables in the early stages.
im here cause i like child milk. jk im here cause im actually interested in the culture and language and not for BTS, EXO, ect. unlike SOME of you koreebs
Anyone else learning the language just to rich their minds and not bcz they're kpoper ;-;
Is that what all that stuff is about? I'm here because I'm moving to Korea soon
There's a K-Pop boyband called BTS; their fans are known as ARMY (It's an acronym, but I can't recall what it stands for). There's a lot of 'em. ;)
In Run BTS epi 27, Suga says "child, milk" and I thought of this and died XD
The Korean “o” is much closer to “u” than in English, but it is audibly different.
This isn't a quiz, it's the way they teach you. If you don't know a word, click on it and it will tell you.
can the armys please leave the comment section. this is for helping people or being helped, not finding people who like the same band as you. sincerely, an army
I agree. Im an army too. And its just a bit tedious that all through the comment sections people are basically just spamming with ''armyyy'' like yes we support but lets not interrupt it for other people learning the language who have nothing to do with army. We're not here to get in the way of others and each other learning the language. ❤
Me: would you like something to drink? Guest: Sure, what do you have? Me: Child milk Guest: I'm not thirsty anymore
''Army'' is what the fans of ''BTS" ( A popular Korean boy band) are called. So when people are saying that they're part of ''army'' and they're learning Korean its basically them saying they're here to learn to understand the group better and their lyrics or something
So many army's... I'm drowning dkdndkkgkf
Also duolingo is legit just giving me 'child, milk'... boi I already know hangul, teach me some hecking w o r d s
Do we... crush... or grind them...? IS A CHEESE CLOTH NEEDED FOR THE EXTRACTION OF THE JUICES!?
Can I say... Idk why but your profile pic made me cry. WHAT ON EARTH, I LOVE THEM WAY TOO MUCH... RAPMON AINT EVEN MY BIAS... OMGOSH....
How can I stop comments (but only for this particular discussion) as I don't want emails from the entire "Army". No offense. I just want out.
It's not working. I'm still receiving email notification every time some one posts to this thread.
Every time you make a new comment you have resubscribed, so unfollow and then don't come back to make another comment about it.
I'm trying to lean Korean because I have a friend that moved from korea here to the U.S and she still learning english so i wanna help her a bit through Junior High, and i really want to be able to listen to BLACKPINK songs wihtout captions or english translations!
''Army'' is the name for fans of an internationally famous Korean boy band (called BTS).
Are they demanding the child for milk? Like saying in a way surgeons say it when performing, “Scalpel. Light. Oxygen. Stabilizers.” XD? If so, poor child. Otherwise, this is an incomplete sentence.
Who's NOT learning Korean because of the boy bands? I know I'm not. xD I came because of "A Day Before Us" Anyone?
i'm here because of the girl bands lmao. nah actually i really enjoy korean movies and dramas as well
I'd say a girl group was one of the triggers that inspired me to learn Korean; I'd been interested in learning a new language for some time, and hadn't decided which. I think about three or four different sources, including being introduced to Twice, made me decide to try Korean... so here I am. :P
Ok this is really weird I mean a thung which is not related to bts in any way people still do this weird thigy of going to a video and when they saw someones dp is of bts they would be like ARMYYYY!!!! I mean come on man I m also a army but I dont do do this thinh and I totally dislike this thing no sarcasm cuz I m also an army
This is when a comma is important. It is a list of what to go and pick up.
It's not cheating. That's how you learn. At least they took away the hearts. They used to give you hearts and for every answer you got wrong they took away a heart. If you run out of hearts you're done.
We're suppose to use that, since we don't know any Korean. You learn a new word's meaning by pressing on it. Later on you don't always have that option (but I think that's for words your supposed to know.)
It's not cheating at all. If you don't know the word, click it to check; eventually you won't need to check because you already know the word.
You could also have put “ai, uyu” which is also accepted as correct, but it is great that these syllables actually form words. Click on everything for hints.
am i doing it wrong because I'm just learning how to read only and this thing just made me to translate lol
No, there's nothing wrong. If you hover over/tap the words you don't know, it'll tell you.
I believe the answer is supposed to be "a i, o yu"-- up to this point, they did not offer any vocabulary translations. We've only learned the phonetic pronunciations of these korean characters... I think they need to fix this.
"ai, uyu" is correct and an accepted answer, but all you need to do is click on new words for hints. I am glad that they started to give a couple of words with the alphabet. Most children learn a word for each word of the alphabet after all.
Why it's so repetitive? I mean, two or three times is okay but this is too much
Why is the word milk pronounced on this screen like oo yuh (if I use English sounds) or u yeo (Romanization)? Why doesn't it sound like u yu (or oo yoo in Eng sounds)?
child, song in Korean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNe01eHMYu8&list=PLhUWtkrI990U1D7lNDboJx0oSgeJLt6zK
milk, song in Korean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn0zU-TMWlQ&feature=youtu.be
I wrote "A child, milk", but this course supposes that "A" is unnessessary so it marked my answer as wrong
dang man u must have a lot of time on ur hands for all those languages lol
I'm running into an error with one of the exercises. As I select the proper characters, I'm told it's incorrect, and the proper characters are the same ones in the same order. I've reported it on the page, but I'm not sure what else to do other than skip it by saying "I can't listen now".
Hi ARMY... Thats how countries must popularize their language. And ya, Jimin is the best
❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ armys man. this is an app for education. i love bts too, but if u wanna talk to armys download bts amino thanks
This actually helps alot since i am trying to learn korean for k-pop matter
is in a restaurant hey! Waiter! I need some more child milk! (I'm glad there's a comma in between those two words)
Anyone else learning because they plan to move to Korea and marry BTS? Or is that just me? Lol
That moment when you want to learn Korean because you love their writing system but then BTS fans ❤❤❤❤-storm the discussions.
P.S. Just saying that probably offended an entire fanbase.
Oh, wait, how am i supposed to know what word it is if the sound/pronounciation doesnt sound like the real word?
When I first came across this, I thought they meant something like, "child, go get your milk." Now I realize I'm wrong lol Anyway, carry on.
Tuvieran que ponerlo en español, ahora estoy estudiando 3 idiomas que estan en Ingles y ingles en la parte de español, te re confunde
Ok so i typed 아이 in google trabslate and it saud 'children' not child. And i typed in children on here and i got it right??
Google translate isn't the most accurate translator - none are really, so it shouldn't be relied on to find 100% accurate translations.
Okay, so, this isn't a question or anything. I are first thought that "child" would have two syllables but it's actually the two letters sort of faded together. Idk why I thought that, but I'm glad I realized it. It's like how you put "ou" in "pour" but it's not two different syllables.
At first, I thought it was talking about milk from children, then I saw the comma.
why does 유 make a "yo" sound when paired with 우, but makes a "yu" sound by itself?
You are meant to take the lessons before2 practicing. There are good videos on YouTube for learning the characters. You will master it in lee than a day.
I think that they should tell you the meaning of what you are learning since they only come out as they are pronounced and the letter or word in Korean but it does not tell you the translation
Why do I keep messing up on this one!? I already know what it is so whyyyyy!?
it tells you if you hover mouse over it, and because you're matching the hangul to the sound if you just put the letters etc together you may remember. either way, get it wrong and come back to it. mistakes are great for learning!
I had no idea that meant Child and Milk. I was totally confused when I saw the correct answer, I had no idea it meant that. I dont remember it telling me that ai, uyo meant child, milk
The comma is important. That makes it a list. I have to go In the car and get child, milk,.....what else do I need to do?
How have you guys not heard of the child milk? I have it every morning with my children cookies.
I'm Army, I'm brazilian and i don't speak english, but i am here (No have Google Tradutor)
Eu não falo muito Português mas eu estava no Exército nos Estados Unidos. Tudo isso de "Army!" esta cansativo porque não têm nada a ver com ninguem army.
I have LITERALLY no idea what you're saying, but i read ''portugese'' and ''army'' sooo i dont know if u hate bts or love them. Im gonna assume you like them because i dont really want to imagine anyone hating them xD
Perdon, Brenda, mas não sei se voče é army de kpop ou de Exercito. Perdon se eu pareço grosseira.
They can teach us any scentence in the korean language but the choos to help me lern how to read and say "child milk"
ai oya correct answer ai uyu, enjoying learning sounds similiar vowels learnt in various pacific languages, interesting.. I m happy to learn a language to help visually write , read and communicate.. I should learn other languages to communicate better with family members, one my granddaughter and extended family be great for teaching opportunities
you know when its comes up with the symbol and they expect you to translate it it hard
I'm a Twice, BTS, Gfriend, Blackpink, Red Velvet, EXID, SNSD, and Mamamoo fan. Anyone else?
that moment when you learn korean to just understand bts and be able to speak with them
I just forgot i was in the english version and i wrote "niño, leche" ñakdñdkld estos constantes cambios de idioma me están volviendo loca
No that would have been "아이, 우어
This is [Ai uyu].
Hover over the word with your mouse on the web or click on it on the app to see the meaning: child, milk
hmmmmmm well im english sooooooo,that does not make any freaking sense!!!! k im sorry its just when it said i then it put o together makes freaking child milk what the heck dude!!!!!
Oh my god... The Amount of ARMYS in here... I didn't expect that...!! XD Hi there Fam!
welp i hope chim chim proud
Yay whos army here and only learning korean bc of nts speaking that language and wanted to understand them instead of reading subtitules.. yes me!!! Wassup armyyy!!
Not the only reason - i mean im definitely an army but im also here to learn the language because i find it interesting... and i mean, if im watching that many videos of them then surely ill pick up on the language a little easier <3
What does it mean?! I guess we are supposed to trial and error the new sentences?