It's time for an upgrade to duck 2.0.
And then... the iDuck 8
I got it wrong for saying 'more slow' =_=
"더 느려요" is more slow/slower
'more slow' is fine as long as you say 'EVEN more slow' or 'EVEN slower' to include the translation of 훨씬
Can you drop the 더 here?
I think "this duck is way slower" should be correct as well.
"Way" sounds more like slang, it doesn't seem this course put too much focus on slang words.
Why I can't add more when 더 is in the sentence
Because this course tries to teach proper grammar in English as well, it doesn't sound natural in English to say more slower.
so confused about the usage of 훨씬...
훨씬 means "much" so you always use it as with "much more, much less" you usually say 훨씬 + 더/덜 (much more/much less). You can drop 더 but not 덜 (less). People recognize you're comparing something as soon as they hear 훨씬.
Thanks! It really answers my confusion
I think "[the/this] duck is slower by far" would be pretty good English.