I dont understand when to use 외 and when to use 하교
They're the same (but it's 하고). You can also use 랑. 와/과 are usually seen in writing, and unlike the others can also be "with." 랑 and 하고 are used in speaking.
Hi, excuse me but, I learned basics of Korean from a book, and it says that 하고, 랑/이랑 and 와/과 can all mean "and" and "with".
thanks a lot for that
Thanks! good explanation, I am new in Korean learning! I only learned the hangul aphabet 2 years ago when I worked for LG Electronics so I am familiar with listening from real Koreans! Thank you for your support again!
Wait. '랑'... Isn't this used like 나랑, 너랑, etc.. 'with me', 'with you', etc. So isn't '랑' with.
Ahhh thank you for this
Hehe thanks for the comment ^^
Is 사과와 pronounced like "sa gwa wa"?
I am still confused. Well, there's a lot more of time to study.
Can I use 사과가 here?
No you can't, because 가 doesn't mean "and"
Why did they add "와" why not "하고"?
how do we pronunce pencil in korean
연필 = yeon pil
After you submit an answer you could still be able to click the words to hear their pronunciations. That would be very useful for learning.
Mi no understand...