This is the Korean number system..
There is also the sino number system that includes Chinese numbers.. And they are both used in Korea..
This is the worst part about learning Korean.
The two number systems are a hurdle, but once you've learned them you forget what a headache they were in the beginning! Keep working at it and I promise some day you'll look back and wonder how you ever found it difficult.
I get the pronunciation right for 5 4, 3, 2,1 in Korean but it wont accept my answer. How do i complete the lesson. Very frustrating! Help!
This happens to me too. Anything that reads like a list doesnt recognize anything after the first word, no matter how correct the pronunciation :/
The only way I've been able to finish the lesson is to hit the "cant talk now" button at the bottom and it gives me a different way to put it in. I hate when questions do this though
And help me!!!!
I think Sino-Korean numbers are preferred in countdowns, probs would be "오, 사, 삼, 이, 일"
Not exactly. Counting depends on the object to count.
I remember the counting in this system in a scene in Vincenzo.
Happy new year!
I'm only getting the first word correct.
When do you use the Sino korean numbers and the 'normal' korean numbers???
you can find some answers in the tips for this lesson on the website
Hey guys am i the only one who has problems getting it to accept my pronunciation?
Nope. Been having problems pronouncing numbers for half a year now
probably it has a bug or something
i learned the counting system with "yeong, il, i, sam, sa, o, yuk, chil, pal, gu....." so im not used to this XD
I got right pronounciation for other words but not for numbers.. Why.
There must be something wrong with the pronunciation recognition. I know I'm not THAT bad.
Why is 시옷 after the numbers 새 and 네?
That is their spelling: 셋, 넷. The ㅅ drops when they are followed by a count word (classifier).
Same, for me only 5 is accepted and the rest is like unheard no matter how I pronounce it
He holds the gun against my head...♬♩♪♩ ♩♪♩♬
I said it right but my answer wasn't accepted :( 7/10/2021
Okay this worked for me in pronounciation. Say "comma" after each word.
Good night, a-ding, ding, ding, ding...
다섯, 넷, 셋, 둘,花！
Lmao you added kanji for flower:)
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Level up, level up
Whats 나 after 한?
It would be better if he can say it more slowly.
5,4,3,2 Stop. Rewind. Turn. Back Time. (Sry lol)
Were going on a trip in our favorite ship