@Lizzeh well.. these 'ein', 'eine', 'einen', 'das', 'den', 'die', 'der' things bothers me!! i was like 'it is pretty much similar with english'. and i'm stting here never know why these things exist. i use duolingo for learning Deutsch. it is quite practical for beginners like me. how many language are you working on? when you learn korean, you'd better just memorize one sentence as whole. in my case, i learnt english just like that. and it is good to talk continually with native speakers. i want to help you if you need!
@nephew lol because I want to be a part of the Korean speakers lol but I'm working on it 😁 except sometimes the Japanese kicks in and messes me up like yesterday I was taking a Korean quiz and it said what is the Korean romanization for bunny and all I could think of was "usagi" but that's bunny in Japanese and then the correct one (according to the test idk if it is) was tokki