So the 의 particle is used to indicate possession I take it?
I heard it's was just whoever + noun. Like joe-집 would be Joe's house. That's what I heard from youtube at least
The robotic voice sounds so weird and wrong sometimes. Or is just me?
Same. It says "pal" when the romanization is "bap". The voice and the romanizations do not matxh which makes learning a lot harder.
Yes. My parents are Korean, and their pronunciation is different from Duo's. Strange, I guess.
Exactly my thoughts!
Yes, thats true
It's not just u
Omg I read the girl is food
Me too, haha!
I find it awkward to say the - 이의 at the end of girl. Is that the way to say it or is there a better way to pronounce it. The lady's voice wasn't so clear and sometimes sounds mechanical.
Same, but I think it's kinda like "iye". Sounds like " yojaee-ye"
It says 여자아이의 but isnt it supposed to be 여자아이예 because it ends with a vowel
The girl is food
i thought that a contraction is used when you want to say girl is. then wouldn't that read the girl is food. i really dont understand
How do I pronounce the 아이의 part?
Like "eye-wee", aeui
So how to pronounce "의"?
I think you pronounce it as "wi", correct me if I'm wrong.
/의/ is the character for ui, then i think that the pronunciation for this character is "iyu" (based on lessons and understandings)
Do you not put 'imnida' after a sentence when "I" isnt the subject?