how many time you need to learn Korean ?
According to the FSI, it takes 2200 classroom hours (and 60% more outside of the classroom) for an English speaker to get their Korean skills to the C1 level. That's a full-time job for a year and a quarter.
Also, the word you want in the question isn't "many" but "much".
how (much) ^_^ time you need to learn Korean ? thank you for telling me that
eight hours a day, about. i dont know how to gauge proficiency like that though. enough to converse with a few thousand words and understanding of all key grammar.
Hey ^_^ I need help
I don't know how to use all of that 하고 와 과 i think its all mean (and) but what is the Defriend
하고, 와/과, and (이)랑 all mean "and", and go on nouns.
i dont quite understand the second sentence.
eight hours a day? that's insane, I'm sure you can do better in less time but I'm agree you need to work hard, not only using duolingo, in my experience learning languages, duolingo is great to start, but is only a part of your way to learn it, you could try also learning some basic phrases, hearing and writing, the best method is using the language, that could be a little hard at first, but you'll get some skills soon, I don't think you should care about how many time but work hard, I recomend you and app for exchange called "hellotalk", it help me a lot, also try watching movies and hearing music