"I eat a banana with coffee."
Translation:바나나를 커피와 함께 먹습니다.
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If you use the browser version, you can type your answer into a blank box, rather than selecting from a word bank. I highly recommend doing this whenever possible, so that you actually learn to spell in Korean. It's also just a bigger challenge in itself to have to generate the words from memory, without prompting. Give it a go!
(Most computer keyboards have fairly easy ways to switch back and forth between your native alphabet and 한글. I bought the little stickers for my laptop, and it was immeasurably useful.)
Korean keyboard is super easy to learn. I didn't even required the stickers for learning it, for it's easy to remember and it is the same format as the phone format. But I came back now to learning korean after one month break so I think I remember 70% of that. Better brush up my Korean skills!!