wow cool! I have thought if it is cognate with Chinese "場所" the first time I heard it! It's amazing to see similarities among languages.
True. 65-70% Korean words come from Chinese language.
The robot's pronunciation here is really terrible... new learners, I recommend you to copy and paste every new word into google translate to get the correct pronunciation
That is exactly what I've been doing since alphabet 3
I've been doing it since Alphabet 1. The audio is so glitchy.
This works too: https://papago.naver.com/
Yeah boi i not understanding the way they pronunciating the words!
They need to update the pronunciation for this.. sounds like "Samsung" at the moment rather than 장소
Heard Samsung at first, then samseo upon having it repeat
The pronounciation is jang so?
Yes, that is the standard romanization, indeed ;)
The pronunciation given by the "listen" button is absolutely awful
Even in slow mode it is horrible >_
I think slow mo is worse.
They speak so fast.
Is the robo a rapper's reincarnation?
Pronoun is Jang so?
It doesn't sound too similar (because the first character is read with native kun reading), but 場所 is read as basho in Japanese!
I think they should put a romanization option you could switch with the hangul version to ease up a bit the learning process, that would be cool.
Can anyone tell me why is it sangseo, when it's written 장소
It's jang so, you might have read/heard it wrong??
It also says "sangseo" at me but it's written as 장소
Its jangso the pronunciation is wrong
When I checked the pronounciation using google translate, it read as "changso"
"장소" meaning place and i think there is "no problem" in its sound.. it sounds like "jangso" not "samsung" and if there is problem you can "read it ".
I heard tan sol.
Does it mean place as in the verb or the noun?
Any Indian here
I AM also Indian but I love Korea and the south Korea are so beautiful
Lol I just choose the wrong one but I knew this already