"Cats are not food."
Translation:고양이들은 음식이 아닙니다.
You would rely on context to determine if you are talking about a specific cat or the whole species.
I am able to do this. Cuz I watched a video where they explained the korean grammar in a sentence. PERSON + OBJECT +VERB.
Learning an entirely new alphabet and a language with a different sentence structure IS difficult. But you can do it! Practice and exposure to the language will get you where you want to be! I believe in you! ARMY fighting! :)
-LilMeowMeow, you can do it too! ARMYs don't give up, we're strong and can do anything if we believe! And same goes to anyone who isn't an ARMY,,we can all do it if we try hard enough!
ig koreans talk subject,object,verb while we talke subject, verb, object thats why its hard for us
Why do you have 이 after 고양 and then 은 after 들? Why do they bothe need a marker and why are is one subject and the other one topic?
In this case, 이 is not a subject marker, but part of the word 고양이, meaning cat. So you have topic + plural marker + topic marker: 고양이 + 들 + 은.