七 (naobot) wrote in linguaphiles,

naobot
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some Korean help

I'd like to say this in Korean:

"You may be a dog, and I may be a cat, but together we'll always be two ducks."

It's supposed to be affectionate and endearing. I don't want to feed it through Google Translate lest it come off as unnatural, overly formal or overly literal.

Also, I am really for the life of me not getting the difference between consonants like ㄲ and ㄱ. (EDIT: In other words 'tense'  consonants or the faucalised voice.) Any tips on learning how to pronounce these and distinguish them? Actually, any in-depth online resources on learning Korean would be awesome; all the ones I've found are of the "Korean Travel Phrases" variety or do not really explain the grammar in detail. Thanks!

Tags: korean, translation
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