There is no "ment" in the korean apartment 아파트
Almost like Japanese apaato.アパート
I listened 3 times and it still sounds "Al - Ta - Te" to me
More like "a-pa-teu"
I think it's a loan word from a language that leaves off the last syllable for the word. Aparté
It is the case in French with "appartement" said "appart" in casual speech.
how does one man learn that many languages
Yea the audio sounds like that a bit,,
It sounds like the spanish word Aparte which means separated (im bilangual, eng and spanish
A mí me sonó como Apache, como están poniendo marcas a lo loco.
Escuche lo mismo
In Korea, they dont have "air conditioning" or "a.c." they have "air con." Along the same way, they call apartments "apartu"
Same with Japanese, they have eacon for Air Conditioner and apaato for Apartment.
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The word apartments in Korean sounds a little difficult. It looks so weird then I thought.Wow!!!
The audio doesn't sound natural on Duolingo when it comes to Korean so it may sound weird.
Me:Atarte.....apate....aparte...aahhh apartment face palm
I spelt it wrong then I got it wrong
Too hard it sounds aparte
Living in Korea, I always see Koreans spell 아파트 as when using English apt, put that in and I was marked wrong :/
Guess it doesn't show your full understand of the concept if you just put "Apt" but that's how my experience has been here.
Half of an apartment 아파ㅌ apart
Is this the actual word for apartment, or is it just a transliteration/reading exercise?
So many Hangul that seems pretty similar to english, hopefully will make my study easier
ah pah teu
would the plural be 아파트들 or does it only work like that for living things
I hear apatche -> Apache. Good to know 'ment' is not part of the pronunciation.
In is hawe not speak xD
How can u say "apartment" and "Apartment" differently.....its all the same
Für alle die Deutsch können, "아파트 bleibt gleich"
Apartment should be like this. 아파트맨트
sounds like 'aperture'
In Vietnamese is " căn hộ"
Korean language is not so hard to learn