"I am okay."
These words... I feel like Korean is a whole lot more complicated than I thought... I'm having trouble... I'm a really good student most of the time, but this is hard...
Im guessing sinse it gies by syllable and its the second character i believe "chan"
If i'm not mistaken, it's "chanh" and it connects with the "a" after it, so it becomes "chanha"
What is the difference between 합 and 습 ? Does the expression 감사합니다 (thank you) change if 습 is used instead of 합?
I would write the meaning and the words down if some people get mixed up, then you can go back and look at it.