댓글 38개 이 토론은 잠겼습니다.
No, look :) you clicked on some korean that said, if you were Korean enough to read it, "learn English (knows Korean)" -- all of these folks in the discussion are speaking Korean fluently in Lesson 1 because they are all Korean! It's OK, I didn't get it at first either. I just clicked the Korean and accidentally changed my account's native language.
There is no "english-speaking" "learn korean" for now (only "korean-speaking learn english", just like there's no learning Irish using Android, at least during the beta period. Hopefully it can be added soon.
I suspect you could still use this to learn Korean if you already know Hangul alphabet and if you already know the sounds, and if you can get your audio learning needs supplemented somewhere else... (since all of the audio is going to be English sounds for people that don't know English yet). Lucky me, I learned all that in college from the KSA :)
I guess you mean 나는 and 저는 not 자는. 나는 and 저는 are both basic forms of "I" in Korean. 저는 is more polite and formal. You don't use 저는 when speaking to friends or people younger than you. On the other hand, you don't use 나는 when you speak to older people, officials, or the public (like in media). So basically, they have the exact same meaning, just different usage. :)