So 합시다 means let's?
Formal "let's" yes haha.
해요 (no difference, kinda weird)
It means let's do it.
Learning on this app for half a month and they still hvnt taught me the Korean alphabet
Stick with it! Actually you have learned it somehow if you have come this far.
"let's learn the korean alphabet" isn't accepted :v
Is there a reason why Let's study Korean is not accepted? Was there something that makes it specifically the alphabet or should this ge flagged?
한국 - Hangug mean Korea
한국어 - Hangugeo means Korean
한글 - Hangeul means Korean alphabet
can somebody please explain to me the "difference" in the present tense from STudy and learn regarding Kungbuheayo?
Just because someone studies something, it does not mean that the information was actually learned. Study- review, Learn- to know, approximately.
hangeul isnt an alphabet...
Yes it is.
Not in this context. There's an error
Yes it is. There are five types of writing system: alphabet, abjad, abugida, syllabery and logography. Korean uses an alphabet like English.
I think what he's getting at is there should be another word included--one to distinguish the Korean alphabet from just Korean (the language). Because in this context, it is not clear and both should be acceptable as written.
한국어 is korean. 한글 is the korean alphabet