Duolingo callin us out
I'm working on it
다시 run run run
난 멈출 수가 없어 ~
When you finish the korean course in Duolingo and then go to Korea to test your skills.
Again? I'm still working on the first one!
Why is again not after Korean? Is both equally used?( I mean in front of the sentence or after Korean?) I try to find a rule for myself.
In Korean language, the word's order does not matter 한국어를 다시 배우십시오 = 다시 한국어를 배우십시오 both are OK and basically the same meaning
I had the same question. Following the subject>verb rule I would think Korean would be the subject and come first no? Seems odd
Actually, Korean is the object, the particle 를/ 을 indicates the object of the phrase, so the place where you get the object doesn't matter if the verb is at the end.
I didn't put 다시 but my answr is correct
다시 is required because the sentence says to learn Korean AGAIN otherwise it's not clear that the person they are talking to has learnt Korean BEFORE AS WELL :)
Me too. Should I flag it?
Don't be that hard on us Duo we're trying LOL
Ah ok Duo, sure. I thought i was trying my best :)
Point of view:
You tried to talk to Suga in Korean
Farewell DUOILNGO? Already?
It said I had a typo with 한국을. It suggested 한국말?
한국을 means Korea (Please study Korea more). You can use both 한국말 or 한국어 but most people use 한국어 instead of 한국말.
제발 힌국어를 배우십지 다시 체발