Yeah, I can't tell if it's that my ears aren't used to Korean, or if it's just bad audio.
My wife (who is Korean) complains about how bad the robot voice is whenever she's in the room when I'm doing Duolingo
Yeah, some of these are terrible. Anyhow, has anyone yet been able to do speaking exercises yet on android?
If you want speaking exercises i believe there are some in spainish on android i might be wrong though
I was wondering if this was a sports team. Thanks for the confirmation.
Gave one on your behalf; if you've worked it out since then, whatever, it deserved another.
Annyeonghaseyojoneunbangtansonyeondanhwangeupmaknaejeonjungkookimnida lmao dont @ me
Its a crazy feeling when you notice you're understanding it better than you were at the beginning
yeah, I´m trying to write it in romanization but for some reason it not sounds like bluewings and it´s not right!
Generally speaking 스 works as a basic English "s" (or "sh") sound in Korean words, but if you pay attention to the sound that S often makes in English words it is often closer to that of the sound of a Z (like in "Bluewings" - it really sounds more like Bluewing"z"), in which case the 즈 works to simulate a (sort of) z-like sound.
How is this going to be useful for someone who doesn't care about football? Is there a way to skip this?
It's useful to help you learn pronunciation. Why skip it? You'll be done with it after you finish this one lesson.
Im a little curious about this whole lesson and some others. Some of the characters I dont think we've learned yet. Id like to be able to understand what the characters mean and how to pronounce them. Help?
Where the heck did bluewings come from??? This is impossible to get right if you don't even know what the heck that is - and the audio is TERRIBLE, too!
I turn off the sound unless needed. To be honest i read it and say it myself. If you learn the pronounciation else where and practices it here. Its much easier
i don't get it when u click on the korean word it'll give u the answer how is this learning
I don't understand why the last syllable is pronounced the way it is. The recording sounds sort of like a long A sound as in "say," but my understanding is that the vowel in Hangul should be like the vowel in Sue except with the lips not rounded. What am I missing?
I thought the translation was for "Bull wings" like Buffalo Wild Wings since it tested me on McDonalds translation.
This lesson is the first time where ive found myself pronouncing the the words based on the korean syllables instead of romanization. Progress!
I am already familiar with reading korean letters so i can answer the questions. But listening alone will make me confuse what word it is. I wish we can upgrade the audio pronunciation so we can also learn the proper way to pronounce it. Thank you.
She didn't say bluewings...so just wanna know that what we say wings in korean?
I suppose it's just their way of making money. we don't have to pay, in return we learn brand and team names.
OR they use english words so you can improve reading and pronunciation?