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Thanks for pointing this out! 그냥 해봐 can be 'just do it' or 'give it a go/go for it(without worrying)', so it isn't technically incorrect. However, 잘했어 is closer to 'good job'. We'll get back to you on this.
I'm not sure about the translations for some of these. For example, shouldn't '그냥 해봐' be 'just do it'? And shouldn't '잘했어' be 'good job'?
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지금처럼만 해. :)
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Yes, you can, but it would be better if you write them in formal politeness level.
Please let me know if you have any other questions!
can we write these as comments for celebrities on their social media?*
can we say write these as comments for celebrities on their social media?
Thanks for posting--a lot of people have that issue (regardless of which language they are learning initially). One thing you need to do is to expand your vocabulary--make flashcards and write down all the new words you learn and try to look them over. Getting to know particles is also a great idea as it can get confusing, we have a lesson series that may be of help:
Hope this was of some help, please let us know if you have any other questions.
I can read korean but i can´t understand some of it or translate it in english.
Thank you for posting.
We're going to update the audio as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience and we're sorry for the inconvenience.