"The man is uncool."
in 맛없습니다 why the ㅅ at the end of 맛 is pronounced like the letter T, and the one in 없 like the letter S?
Because when the ㅅ is in the last position, not followed by a vowel, it's normally pronounced like an hard T But in 없습 The 1st ㅅ it's followed by another ㅅ and you've to read them like ㅆ (ss)
It's a rule of Batchim. Read a few articles about it. It'll make learning Korean WAAAAY easier. Hope I helped
I believe this is just one of those things that has to be accepted without explination lol. Possibly the double batchim? Idk. At least it's easier than English pronunciation
When ㅅ is the bottom character it is a shortened sound so it sounds like T. In 없 the ㅅ isnt being pronounced. It is the ㅅ in 습 that is being pronounced so it sounds like S.
The problem is that i answered wrong (ㅓ/ㅏ) but Duolingo accepted it like a typo(((
"맛없습니다" is as it says above, "uncool." However, "재미없습니다" means that it is boring.
what? it says the man is 'uncool'. don't know where you're getting flavourless from lmao
Why is the s at the bottom of mat not carried over to pronounce as: Ma seot and why is the s pronounced if for this batchim only b is supposed to pronounced
It's funny because I skimmed over the answers and mistook this for saying, "The man is awesome," therefore getting it wrong.
i love it when i get it correct and it marks me wrong, then i check my answer w/ the correct answer and it was the same :,)