My friends in Korea taught me to count and it was totally different to this. Im confused.
There are two number systems. 일 이 삼 사 must be what you learned. Or your friends in Korea trolled you. 50/50
There's two ways to count numbers in Korean. One is the way using Chinese loan words, like 일, 이, 삼, 사 the another one is the way using pure Korean words, such as 하나, 둘, 셋, 넷
Thank you "Running Man" for always counting out loud! This was easy
다섯... Happy New Year!!!
Thank you mark lee.
Do you speak the last a in 하나 bc I often hear that they pronounce 하나 like "ahn"
Some numbers, 하나, 둘, 셋, and 넷, and others, change to be 한, 두, 세, 네 when saying things like "One person" (한 사람) or "I am 2 years old" (저는 두 살이에요). Could that be what you're hearing?
It gets shortened to 한, 두, 세, 네
I've heard "ha-na" and "ah-na", sometimes the h is silent, just depends on how someone pronounces it, how quickly they're speaking, etc. I've noticed dropped or blending of syllables occur when speaking.
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the correct answer and the words in the word bank look different...
can we at least just get to 10 please? it's too easy