Another silly question~ I'm learning Korean and I find while looking at others questions and notebook entries I'm very tempted to answer or give my opinion. And in some cases I already have... I feel confident in the answer/opinion I'm giving and I do mention I'm still learning. Also I would hope a native speaker would come and make corrections to my corrections if needed and in this way I also learn from them. Though now that I think about it I worry a native speaker will see that an entry has been corrected and not bother checking it... So! is what I'm doing wrong? Do people find it annoying to be corrected by a non native learner and should I stop... I feel like I'm using others to learn from them... but like I said it's very tempting muwahahaaa! >:D
Oct 18, 2012 6:30 AM
Answers · 5
I think it's a good way to learn different language. If your answer is correct, the native speaker won't have to answer, but if your answer is partly wrong, he or she will answer it as correct your answer.
October 18, 2012
I avoid answering questions where I'm not 100% certain. COMMENT the question or notebook instead of answering it unless you are 100% sure. Answers are supposed to be answers, not guesses.
October 18, 2012
Oh! I also ask questions in other peoples comments section... am I not supposed to do this? 0.0
October 18, 2012
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