Translation:Are cherry blossoms tasty?
ikr? ppl could eat it, but why have the sentence for learning korean? Which is not going to be used anywhere, except maybe in japan. Totally not suitable for this course
I agree. Also, why do I sneeze a lot now? I know its not my spring allergies.
NOPE. At least for 22 years as a Korean, I've never heard about people who eat cherry blossoms.
no, and I'm a kid. I would know. I lived in Korea for almost my whole life. except for a few years in Japan. They dont eat them there, either
Why that sentence? If asking about cherry blossoms, could ask about it being pretty. Or if asking about it being tasty, one could have used a bread for it. Was bewildered looking at that sentence.
No. The two words are close though. 맛 is like flavor and I'm guessing 멋 is like style or coolness. So 맛있다 means to have flavor; to be tasty/delicious and 맛있다 is to have style; to be cool.
"When a tree blossoms, it produces blossom." - https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/blossom
therefore the correct answer should be "is cherry blossom delicious" - this is biggest frustration with this app that i have to learn american english to be able to get anywhere
In Some Countries we make jam with roses blossoms and we use some flowers to decorate the salad or a dish because we can eat them. We use also some other flowers blossoms to heal. But I've never tasted cherry blossoms