"Thank you! Welcome."
Are there several ways of saying thank you? I feel like there is a new way every single time
삼사합니다 and 고맙습니다 are the two main ways. The first one is from Chinese and the second is Korean only. But they can also be conjugated to less formal forms, so you may also see 감사해요 or 고마워 for instance. These are still the same basic words though.
I think there are? From my notes, i have 고마워 "thanks!", 고맙습니다 a formal thank you, and 강사합니다 a more normal everyday thank you.... I could be wrong though?
What's wrong with 고맙습니다! 횐영합니다. ? Or is there a typo somewhere? I'm not used to the Korean keyboard yet here in my laptop.
You can pronounced it like you say "m". So in 감사합니다 you should pronounced: gamsahamnida instead of gamsahapnida
As explained in the notes here: https://www.duolingo.com/skill/ko/Alphabet-2/tips-and-notes
Some final consonants change their pronunciation depending on the starting consonant of the next syllable
In this case, when a final consonant ㅂ is followed by a ㄴ of the next syllable, ㅂ is pronounced as m
입니다 (im-ni-da) as opposed to ib-ni-da
It's of note that "welcome" (환영합니다) in the sentence here means like welcoming you to a place. It doesn't mean anything like "You're welcome."