Third guy from the left
I will miss him very much in the military
The door guy
Is it because of bad vocal, or is it pronounced Cophi?
Its pronounced like that
Yep. Don't confuse it with 코피 either.
What does it mean?
It's pronounced as she said since the Korean alphabet has no "f" sound
Co is more a hard ko sound. IE, "Kopee". Correct me if I'm wrong. I order coffee all the time in Korean, but otherwise I'm still a beginner at Korean.
I understood this!!! ㅠ ㅠ
It pronounce /kopi/?
Baby baby haendeun
Coffee latte ....
It's similar to coffee in my families language: kapi
What is the difference between the consonant sound at the beginning of cola, and the one at the beginning of coffee?
Depending on your English accent, I think 커 sounds more like "call", with your jaw open and unrounded. While 코 should sound more like "cocoa", with rounded lips. Correct me if I'm wrong, please.
아 is more like the vowel sound in father, while 어 is more like the sound in awful
Correct me if in wrong
커피 조아해 ☕
It souns weird... They need to fix some vocals it sounds like "kophi"
It's supposed to sound like this
The 2nd symbol that looks like roman numeral for '2' plus a vertical line to its right, (looks sorta like:
][ ), does that part represent the 'ff' in coffee? Because it looks much like the symbol for 'pp' so I am confused on this part.
what is the difference between using ㅗ and ㅓ? i get confused when i try to write a word contains "o"
They’re different characters with different letters, it can be hard to tell the difference tho
Like ㅗ sounds like in 콜라 and ㅓ like in 커피
After practice you can get it tho:)