고마워 is informal, 고마워요 is more formal and 고맙습니다is most formal
Isn't there also something like 고맙다?
It's the plain form or the dictionary form. This is never used in spoken korean.
Instead this they use 감사합니다 in formal way
친구끼리 가끔 "고맙다"하기도 하는뎅
Well, I often use '고맙다' usually for my friends, like '야 고맙다!'
Though 고맙습니다 is more formal, technically shouldn't 고마워 also be accepted?
it is accepted
One is formal (used towards older people, senior colleagues, strangers), the other would be used for friends or close family. Thank you and thanks are formal/informal.
nope .... 고 맙 습 니 다 is formal wheareas 고 마 워 is informal....
yeah but it's like thank you.
you don't usually say thank you, do you?
you say thanks.
it's just like that.
So what is 감사합니다?
The formal way of saying "Thank you"
One of the formal ways to say "thank you" because I've seen more than one way.
one of the formal ways of saying thanks. its equally as common tho
I was wondering if there's any difference between 고맙습니다 and 감사합니다?
No , 고맙습니다 and 감사합니다 are the same. They are formal but 고마워 is informal. Hope I helped you <3
No difference. They are both formal 'Thank you'.
dang, i have to learn how to type korean now
It's easy, for example 안녕하세요 the first letter is 아 and then you put the letters on the bottom: 안, then you continue and there's the word. A little practice is what you need.☺
Does anyone know why it doesn't accept "고맙다" ?
as far as i know, it is the bare infinitive form of the verb. when u use the verb, u have to "put" it in the correct tense (in this case is present simple, so it becomes 고맙슴니다).
but is 고맙다 correct? Can you use it like with your friend?
yeah korean students say that all the time
Isn't that the infinitive form? It is not conjugated.
Both worked for me(I like to get to level 3 so I answer with different answers sometimes)
but if want formal we say gomaseumnida or gamsahamnida.
Both are formal, but gamsahamnida is most formal
This is an informal way
Can you please indicate how the answers are pronounced. I'm still having hard time reading Korean writing. Thank you!
gomawo = thanks (informal)
gomawoyo / gomaseubnida / kamsahabnida = thank you (formal)
I think it's just the way the computer generated voice sounds but i swear i hear an L in the word but there isn't a ㄹ
Thanks! Instead of thank you.
What? 고마워 or 고마워요?
What context is 감사합니다 used in?
i thought it was 감사함니다
Its with ㅂ at 함
Can we say 감사함니다 for thankyou.?!
So im new to Korean, Does anyone have any tips on how to learn it?
Is 고맙습니다 the same thing as 감사합니다 ?? (Not sure if I spelled gamsahapnida right...)
고마워 is informal, 고마워요 is formal and 감사합니다 and 고맙습니다 are most formal
고마워 it's very important
Seventeen has thanks and got7 has thank you. Seventeen sings 고맙다 whilst got7 sings 너무 고마워.
It should be 고맙다...
I'm very bad at this challenge
What is ghamsaimnida
Please, add tips for korean too like in french or portuguese, thanks
존댓말이랑 같이 있으면 헷갈리잖아
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안녕하세요. 저는 방탄소년단, 황금 막내 전정국 입니다.
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