I thought 싫어해요 also means dislike. But I was marked weong for "does not like."
I'd say "dislikes" and "does not like" should both be acceptable. I get that people use "hate" all the time but it's such an exaggeration. Plus, Korean has stronger words for "hate."
11 months ago and "does not like" is still not accepted? This needs to change.
I flagged it but as of june of 19 it's still marked as wrong
Flagged today 12/28/19 for the same reason.
싫어하다 means "dislike" and "not liking". There is a separate word for "to hate".
"Does not like" should be accepted.
아이가 빵을 싫어해요
The child doesn't like bread.
Literally in a room of Korean English teachers right now saying this should be accepted.
So the difference is that 미워해요 is stronger than 싫어해요?
미워해요 is for animals and people
싫어해요 is for objects
싫어해요 is also used for people.
but there was an example like i hate that man using 미워해요
4Minute's Hate seems to disagree
I'm German and find this offensive
Why?? I love bread and I'm gluten intolerant, can't we change?
bread is life ❤❤❤❤❤
I too hate Korean """bread""". Just call it a cake...
I agree....an acceptable translation should be "The child does not like bread". Duolingo...are you listening?
Not liking something and hating something are two different things. Hating a man is way harsher than disliking a man.
싫어하다 is more of to dislike rather than to hate. It should have been accepted
You're absolutely right but 싫어하다 is often translated as "to not like"
Yeah, agreed. The word is most oftenly used for disliking something
In this ex we use the object marker, 을. In the previous example, "I hate that man" was 저는 그 남자가 미워해요. Why do we use the object marker in this one but use the subject marker, 가? Or could I use them interchangeably? Thank you! :)
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Why is "the child does not like bread" considered wrong? It's almost 2020, and yet Duolingo has not accepted "dislike" or "does not like"
Report it again and wait for another yearㅋㅋㅋㅋ
Said child is my spirit animal.
나는 두오린글위 마크스 싨어!
싫어 - I meant to write. Ahhh!
You can edit your comments you know :)
I love bread it's delicious
Where is the difference between 1,2&3? I always get confused on the subject/topic marking particles and when to use what. Could someone please help me out? :(
1.아이가 빵늘 싫어해요
2.아이는 빵이 싫어해요
3.아이가 빵늘 싫어요
Why is 아이가 빵을 싫어합니다 wrong?