[Course Forum] Korean 1-7 by Memrise


(Na Young Oh) #169

Hi,

I’m not sure your point of the issues, can you please explain more clearly?

Just in case, I’ve checked the number item 70 and 80 but they are all good.

Best,
Na Young


(David Manvell25) #170

Yes I was going through the course when I noticed the audio is the same for both words. I will screenshot it so you can see the two words. It sounds as if both 70 and 80 have the 70 audio.




(Na Young Oh) #171

Hi @DavidManvell @MarshallLanguages,

The course is not an official course so I can not handle it unfortunately.
You should contact with the creator for the changes.

Sorry for this inconvenience.

Best,
Na Young


(David Manvell25) #172

What? I thought I was talking to the memrise people! I certainly do not have the ability to fix HTML issues with their website. If you’re not able to help me who can?


(Na Young Oh) #173

Hi @DavidManvell

Can you please double check your audio files?
I don’t think it is HTML issues, it looks like you uploaded the same file for both items 70 and 80
Can you delete the incorrect file and re-upload it?
Course creation FAQs here: https://memrise.helpshift.com/a/memrise-learn-a-new-language/?l=en&s=course-creation

If you have further questions, please contact here : https://memrise.helpshift.com/a/memrise-learn-a-new-language/?contact=1

Thanks!


(David Manvell25) #174

Thank you for telling me what I’ve already stated. Yes the audio files are the same. That’s why I have posted this. Can you please correct it???


(Shin Hyeon Min) #175

kilomemrise

[Korean Course 3, German version, Level 14 “Measuring things”(?)]
[Koreanisch Kurs 3, Level 14 “Dinge bemessen”]

(The German words are similar to English, so I´ll post it here!)

킬로미터 does mean Kilometer, however, 킬로 does not. :thinking:
킬로 should mean “Kilo” (like in English). :upside_down_face:

It’s hard to study those words like that since one has a wrong meaning! :
And due to the two German words being the same, it gets really confusing. :sweat_smile:
I hope you’ll fix this soon! Just change the meaning of 킬로 to “Kilo” :wink:


(Na Young Oh) #176

Hi,
I’m sorry for this inconvenience.
My colleague @linh.vu will look through it for you.
Thank you for pointing this out.
Have a nice day!

Best,
Na Young


(Linh Vu) #177

Hi @ShinHyeonMin,

thanks for pointing that out! I’ve made changes to the item and it says “Kilo” now. You should be able to see the changes once you’ve logged out and in again.

Happy learning!
Linh


(Erin Walworth65) #178

It’s impossible to get this one right.


(Tampora) #179

@NaYoungOh

Hi, on the the course search page for Korean courses for British English Speakers (web version), only Korean 1-3 and 11 other courses are showing up.
A similar thing happened with the Japanese courses which has been fixed here [Course Forum] Japanese 1-7 by Memrise

So I thought I better let you know so hopefully it can get fixed as well. :slight_smile:


(Na Young Oh) #180

Hi,

Thank you for pointing this out.

I think you forgot a space between 나중에 and 봐요.
In Korean the gap between letters is pretty important.

I hope it helps you!

Have a nice day and 화이팅!

Best,

Na Young


(Na Young Oh) #181

Hi

Thank you for pointing this out.
I’m looking at this issues and will update soon.

Meanwhile, we only have 3 courses in British English.

You can find more courses (4-7) in American English.

You can find the link below:

Korean 4: https://www.memrise.com/course/1179894/korean-4/

Korean 5: https://www.memrise.com/course/1179895/korean-5/

Korean 6: https://www.memrise.com/course/1179896/korean-6/

Korean 7: https://www.memrise.com/course/1179897/korean-7/

Best wishes,

Na Young