I wish I lived close enough to Korea to have the ability to do this efficiently...
I just checked his list and i must say I'm impressed. He's learning Hindi as well. M an indian. I kinda went aww. Total cliche..but..
Lol... The amount of ARMY I find on Duolingo amazes me. Honestly I find more ARMY than any other K-Pop fandom at all.
Lmfao I am a kpop fan but I am multifandom and... I agree...there are so many armys here
Woah slow down there. I haven't got that kind of money, okay? sweats nervously
I wanna go to Korea every day... Except I would probably just stay. How about lets stay in Korea everyday??
Why it says it's wrong when I typed Korea... It corrected me to ROP, it's tje same....
I don't think this is even possible for me given that I live in the UK. I don't think I would have time to exit the plane...?
Yeahhh~! i wish i could go to korea everyday like it's not far, like it's doesnt require an expensive trip. whoo lets go to korea! hahahaha (sarcasm everyone if you dont understand what i meant hahahahahaha peace)
Sounds like a good idea... But if you're going to go there everyday why not just move there?
Is "Let's go see Korea every day" wrong because wouldn't that be more natrual than "let's go to korea every day".
No, "let's go see Korea everyday" is not more natural. You would "go see" a person or an object, not a place. You "go to" a place.
It would still be wrong because whether it is more natural or not to add in the 'see' it changes the meaning of the sentence. 'see' implies only looking at, 갑시다 is only 'going'
Impossible, it takes 2/3 of a day just to get there from where I am! I would be on a plane non-stop