Femenine and Masculine Speech

jwongch

Hi, I just wanted to know if there exists a form of speech only for male or females? In Japanese I know they have feminine and masculine speech and since Japanese grammar is similar to Korean, I wonder if this is the same in Korean too. Thanks

sujung-lee

Hi Jacky W, Thanks for the question. There are no differences in speech for males and females in Korean. Which is great because it's less you have to learn! :) - Sujung

loh-lima

Hi it's me lima in cambodia, i would like to request Rocket Korean that: if in this website have a chat box with friiend in learning here or chat with you there it's may the great way for practise in Korean studying.

Jeremy V

@ loh lima post your thoughts on feedback and comments

sujung-lee

Hi Lima, Thanks for your feedback! Like Jeremy said, you can post any suggestions in the Feedback and Comments forum here: http://members.rocketlanguages.com/your-community/feedback-and-comments We have had a few requests for chatting with other members - as far as I know we are planning to make it possible to communicate between members. Hope that helps!

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