"It is awesome!"
맛있습니다 means it tastes delicious because 맛 means taste and 있습니다 means to have so it means it is tasty , and 재미습니다 means it is fun because 재미 means fun and 습니다 practically means (to be )so, it is fun, to be fun etc. . I hope this helped.
진짜, Duo? You're drunk, go home. You can't have the mouseover be 대박 and not provide that in the word bank/not accept that as an answer.
In all seriousness though, this is a good reminder that it's better to have multiple resources to learn languages. Other apps, videos and books, and real life immersion in supplement to Duo will allow you to not only experience the language more thoroughly, but will help you work out any kinks or inconsistencies you find along the way.
I hope all of your guys' language learning journeys are 대박! Keep on keepin' on! I have confidence we'll all get to where we want to be!
If you need help to understand it 멋있습니다 means = stylish, wonderful, nice, cool, splendid, lovely, (informal) great, (informal) fabulous; (옷차림 등이) fashionable,
Thanks to this example, i've finally noticed that there was two different words: 맛있습니다 and 멋있습니다. (facepalm)
Apparently Korean has vowel harmony. 맛 is positive, while 멋 is negative, which is why they're kinda similar in meaning but also obviously different in specific 'flair'.
I know that vowel change affects color words a lot. However, I never thought of 멋있다 as negative. It means "cool or chic."
Is this course supposed to teach Korean through English or Korean through American slang? This is an exercise in guessing whether ‘awesome’ is closer to ‘cool’ or to ‘fun’.
There is an error in my word bank. 3 right choices but when I chose one, it was wrong
This one was very confusing. It was hard to choose. 2 of the choices were saying it wasn't something while the other 2 were implying that it was something. Another choice was Park which it has nothing to deal with saying "It is awesome". So I'm confused.
I write 맛있습니다 and it told me that I have a typo answer but I think it should tell me that I'm wrong because the meaning is wrong.
At first i got confused bcs we didn't learned the meaning of awesome but then i thougt that its smth like cool and i got it right^^
confused on this one, because peeked for the words under - It is awesome! and they did not match at all with the choices - which are so much alike. How would you figure this one out, except maybe googling?
Please click Report, and check the box for "The answers on hover are missing."
I wish they taught this phrase before teaching all the "the man/singer/student is cool/uncool"
No, look closely. 맛 = flavor. 멋 = cool.
However, this answer is still not really correct because "awesome" is more like 대박
How did you learn these things you just shared? Is this part of Duolingo's paid class, or you learned this elsewhere?