Why we use 합니다 in the final of the word
How do you pronounce syllables like 찮 with a ㅎ at the end like that?
The ㅎ is silent unless there is a vowel directly behind, then you would pronounce it lightly. So, in this case, it would be "Goaenchanhayo", but since most people say it pretty fast you don't really hear the ㅎ (h) anyways.
Thank you that is super helpful!
What is the difference of 'Gwenchansubnida' and 'gwenchanayo' is one more formal than the other?
Can someone pronounce 찮 for me please
It's just "Chan"
it's okay to not be okay=)