"Starbucks, Baskin-Robbins, Duolingo"
Translation:스타벅스, 배스킨라빈스, 듀오링고
Starbucks, a place where they sell coffee
Baskin Robbins, a place where ice cream is sold
Duolingo Owl, a restaurant of that they give you a depressed meal that steals ur family
Fun fact for those who don't know many Koreans.
Starbucks and Baskin Robbins aren't picked randomly, both play a large role in modern Korean culture.
Starbucks has triggered a few dozen copycat coffeeshop brands in Korea (many of which are better than the original), and they are EVERYWHERE. Baskin Robbins cakes are extremely common to bring to birthday parties, especially among young people, displaying them on the box they came in.
You download a korean keyboard and you type right to left and top to bottom like if you wanted to type hyundai (현대) you would type in this order (itll automatically change to the full word): ㅎ ㅕ ㄴ (현) ㄷ ㅐ(대) And also useful idk if anyone will read all of this but ㄱ is the g/k sound (this may sound stupid but it took me ages to figure out how to type something like 가 lmao i might just be dumb) and the same for ㅋ (커) this is so long ik noone will read this but whatever its there T-T
One thing I find incorrect:
Duoling says "ㄹ" is an "r" however its actually supposed to be "l", however it's like your typical Asian bias where Asians can't pronounce their L's, so now it's an R app aparrently. Also Duolingo teaches textbook Korean, which isn't used in modern day Korean, look up tutorials on YouTube and see for yourself.
Every real language course teaches a textbook language, because it is structured. It is the basis to understand that language.
If you would start with colloquial speech, you'll never understand the language properly. It can vary per region, person etc. Colloquial can be learned later on, speaking to native speakers, watching movies etc.
to people who is having a hard time learning stuff in here, yall should learn in yt first.. learn the hanggul(항굴)(means the korean alphabet) , vowels(모음), combined vowels(결합된모음), consonants (자음), and double consonants (이중자음). and then learn how to write a character first before learning here.
I have a question. Don't you think it sounds weird when Duolingo pronounces Baskin-Robbins in Korean? Because it's sounds like 'Taeskeu Rabbinseu' (or something like that don't laugh ;-;). Maybe pronunciation in Korean changes... Or I dunno. Can anyone help me?
Have a nice day, I purple you ^^.
Instead of using a wordbank how can I type a word on Duolingo if i have Korean keyboard with me? Please tell...