"여자아이는 메시지가 없습니다."
Translation:The girl does not have a message.
I said, "The girl has no messages" and it came back with "The girl has not got messages." Wouldn't it be better to say, "The girl does not have any messages"? Anyway, "has no messages" should also be correct.
Learning a negative verb:
Efficient or not, but grammatically accepable in context: ....The girl does not have any messages. ....The girl does not have a message. ....The girl has no messages.
Street...not standard American English: The girl has got no messages.
Considered grammatically correct: ....The girl got no messages.
But “The girl does not got messages” Isn’t even up to street-level grammar. Really surprised by that!
Otherwise, “got” tends towards slang use for “have” but is a form of “to get”. Example: q: Did she get a message? a: Yes, she got a message, or Yes, she has a message.
"She got a message" in English would mean "She received a message."
Although the provided answer is gramatically correct it would be more efficent to say " the girl has no messages" 주신정답은 문법적으론맞지만 the girl had no messages 는 조금더 자연스러운 답인거갔습니다
Others are complaining on how it was marked wrong, I'm more focused on why we need to learn this... -_-
When learning languages it's best to learn very random sentences because it's about how the sentence is put together, for example, the first thing my father learned in english was "my tailor is rich". Of corse he has never used that, but he has now been fluent in English for 30+ years. It may be weird but it will be overall beneficial :). Also, much love for Yoongi <3.
I said "the girl doesn't have a message " and it came wrong because i wrote short cut for not ?!!!
Not im not confused, this is not accepted my answer and is correct what wrong with this, i writting 6 time de correcct answer
Still trying to wrap my head around the topic and subject markers. In English, in the accepted answer "The girl does not have a message," "girl" is the subject and "message" is the object. However, the Korean sentence gives "girl" the topic marker (는) and "message" gets the subject marker (가 ). Please can someone help me understand this? According to the subject marker, the verb here should apply directly to the subject, "message." Could perhaps I think of a more direct (if in English more clunky) translation to be something like, "As for the girl, there is no message" or something similar? And if that is the case then how do I know whether the message is from, about, or for the girl? I would really appreciate if there is a native speaker who can help clear this up, thanks!
Wait, does 가 signify what is doing the action? I'm still a bit confused as to what the purpose of 가 is here..I thought it was used to signify who/what is doing the action?
There ‘는’ on the end of girl really confuses me, it’s nit normal there it just seems to appear every now and then. Does anyone know the reason for this?
I am here again ... Your sentence..."The girl has not got messages." This was your answer. Now does that make any sense to you. I really getting disappointed in this program. Before you changed to the crown system I was learning with repetition...... doing the lesson over and over. I do understand you wanting to improve the program, but there are may mistakes or problems you need to fix. Every week, 3 to 4 days..... I would do 100 - 300 daily, now I do my 50 a day. I made it to 72 days straight and lost that because of your new program and no motivation for new. I still have a strong desire learn Korean, but if this kept going...... I will have to rely more on my other resources.
Apparently I had the correct answer, but it was marked wrong because I forgot the period.
Differences between DON'T and DOESN'T have a massage? I put Girl don't have a massage and it says it is wrong Does is correct. How cam i see the difference? Also for type in Korean do i have to download Korean keyboard? Which is best, please
I put "the little girl doesn't have a message" and it was marked wrong, seemingly because of the "little" part. Do a google image search for "여자아이" and you'll see little girls.
I answered "The girl doesn't have a massage" and it was marked wrong, also.