"A man or a woman"
Translation:남자 또는 여자
How is "또는" pronounced? tto-neun ? Du-nen? Duolingo pronounces things wierd
Can anyone explain why its: "남자와 " (with a space only after the "and") vs "남자 또는 " (with a space before and after the "or")?
The spacing in korean is confusing the hell out of me... Wish they went full english with spaces around every word/particle, or full Japanese with no spaces.
i might just be overthinking it but why does "ddo" (i dont have the korean keyboard on my laptop) have the particle "neun" after it if its not a noun?
For more advanced learners reading this. Is it possible to share a link regarding 도는?
Fairly certain you meant there aren't particles for objects or people such as "a dog" or "the woman" which seems to be correct as far as I can tell.
ㅏ, don't use romanizations once you memorize it, though. It's closer to O in hot.
It depends on which pronunciation of the letter "a". The "a" in Apple is ㅏ. The "a" in wAy is "ㅐ".