mostly when i found in internet, if the word was ambiguous they use Hanja (Chinese Character)
I got into liking Korea more because of Kpop and I guess BTS but I would say (no offense) The armys on here are cringey and probably are growing into Koreaboos who wanna move to Korea and marry a Korean boy. I myself am an army but, the armys here are bringing a bad name for the fandom. I'm learning Korean because the language itself intrests me and I'm planning to get a job there. Not because stupid things like "I'm learning it so I can understand BTS' lives." I've seen that here, I know stupid, I'm glad the armys decided to learn the language respectfully and use the hangul characters rather than romanization because technically romanization isn't even Korean at all, It's only the pronountication. You can't have a conversation with a Korean with Romanization they wouldn't understand it. Sorry I accidentally started ranting...my bad.
I'm in the exact same boat as you. I was planning on learning an Asian language even before I got into kpop. I also dislike it whenever I say I'm learning Korean and people assume that it's because I like kpop. I actually looked into each of the major languages before deciding on Korean for multiple reasons. Not because of kpop. I also went on a bit of a rant sorry.
Haha me too but its kinda mean because some on here are the same as you and like kpop but them being interested in the korean coulture does not make them a koreaboo. But i see where you are comeing from
i mean i learn korean to understand loona's vlive's and so i can follow the lyrics of korean songs that i find beautiful but i find the language sounding so pretty and i want to expend my 'language knowledge', like yeah it's pretty stupid to learn a language to just unterstand vlive's but like... why not? i don't find particular something wrong with that. at least bts motivated them to learn for something (but army pls stop saying under everything 'armyyyyy' that's pretty annoying and brain damaging)
That's not the problem. The problem is, this is a learning platform, and there are many other medias to be used to connect with other fans.
I chose 헤 and it counted it right, but said I had a typo and put that it's 씨. I don't think it should've counted 헤 as correct.
Tecnically that is He not ssi but i guess i see the similaities, yeah, it shouldn't count it
When attached to a name, it's the equivalent of Mr./Ms. As a word by itself it means seed.
They are written in same way but have different meanings. 씨(1) for SEED do not need any nouns to use(씨를 뿌리다, to sow), but 씨(7) for Mr. should use after writing his name (홍길동 씨, Mr. John doe). For more information, google 'Naver English Dictionary'. :)
Haha... so if its attached to a name its Ms or Mr, but alone its seed? Makes complete sense.
Make sure to emphasise your pronounciation. If you pronounce this word incorrectly, you’ll end up cursing.
Sometimes you choose the wrong answer and it says correct but you have a typo
WHY ARE YOU GUYS NOT STATING WITH THE ALPHABET?? THAT IS THE FIRST THING ANYONE SHOULD LEARN!! like, start with how do you say "sah", which is s in korean. Please! This is not teaching people how to build words.
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