낮습니다 sounds like 날습니다. Is that right? Is that pretty much how it sounds?
The TTS says [나씀니다], which is what you are most likely to hear from native speakers when they speak fast, but [낟씀니다] is correct.
shouldn't ㅈ sound like ( t ) at the end ?
No, it should sound like " ".
Yeah, it should sound like silence
The ending 습니다 will sound the same. 낮 sounds like "naht" and "날 sounds like "nahr"
There is no expression like '날습니다' in Korean.
Korean for "place" sounds a lot like the Chinese 場所 (chang-suo)
Because 장소 is actually how you read 場所 in Korean.
Especially since many words and even the sino-korean numbers are based from chinese. There is even a separate writing system called hanja. Ttmik(talk to me in korean) has started a lesson plan on this now.
i like how 場所 in Japanese sounds nothing like what it suppose to sound like
For a second, I read "낮습니다." as "늦습니다."
늦습니다, Is to be late, fyi. Just relaying any problems in reading. -_-'
Does this meaning mean low as in reputation or low as in position?
what's the infinitive of 낮습니다? is it 낮다 (to be low)?
Correct me if I'm wrong but is the "ㅈ" in 낮습니다 silent?
Yes dont worry its supposed to be