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Thanks for posting. This is due to the rules of batchim(words that end with consonants), we have a great lesson series that will help you out with this so please check it out:
Just wanna ask why is is 한류 pronounced as hallyu and not hanlyu(well i know its hally but never knew that it’s spelled as hanlyu)if you know what i mean
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Oh thank you SO much!This was pretty helpfull
Thanks for posting. Are you asking for the difference between 이에요/있어요?
If so, 이에요 means ‘am/is’, antonym would be 아니다(not), whereas ‘있어요’ means ‘there is/is here’, and the antonym would be ‘없다’ (there is not/not there).
Hope this was of help.
may i ask an irellevant from this lesson question?Whats the diference of ieyo and issoyo?
최애 is the shortened version of ‘최고로 애정하는’, so you could write:
슈퍼주니어 멤버들과 태양님, 그리고 준형님은 제 최애들입니다.
“The lyrics to this song are very sweet and romantic” would be:
이 노래의 가사는 아주 달콤하고 로맨틱해요.
So, would I say: 슈포 주니어더 태양님더 준흉님은 나의 최애들 입니다. Super Junior, TaeYang and Joon Hyung are my bias? Also, how would I say: “The lyrics to this song are very sweet and romantic”?
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