I used it before i uploaded this app an to be honest they explain the Korean alphabet (Hangul) really well and the App is very helpful too , but after Lektion 1 you have to pay for it
In my opinion, "also" is the better translation for "또는". Depending on the part of speech that they're attached to, "거나" and "이나" are closer translations to the word "or".
I think ㄱㅓㄴㅣ would be used after a word that ends with a vowel, and ㅣㄴㅏ after a consonant (but not 100% sure) (also I apologize for the ❤❤❤❤❤❤ up typing I can't get my keyboard to work properly)
how can i know wich one is the correct answer their pronounciations is totally different
또는 is used when saying only one of the choices is acceptable. ex./ It is either true or false.
아니면 is used when saying this if not that. It shows that both answers are acceptable ex./I'll have coffee or water, I don't care
혹은 means this if not that. It means one of the answers would be used if the other answer isn't acceptable ex./ give me water or coffee, whichever works for you
I hope this helped clear up some confusion!
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After reading these comments, I'm even more confused. What's the definitive context for each of the three words?
What is the difference between the two? I put one, and it said I had a typo but I dont understand when to use each one
Hi I am an armyyy Tho Ive been trying to learn Korean... Basic one is so hard I really need some tips