"The employee takes a radio."

Translation:회사원은 라디오를 가져요.

September 8, 2017



How is 가집니다 wrong in this sentence?

September 8, 2017


From my understanding of Korean it should be correct - I recommend reporting it. This is a new course so there's a few kinks that need to be worked out. :)

September 9, 2017


This is a definitely right answer!

September 24, 2017


This is the continuous tense right? So then why is 가져 있어 wrong?

September 18, 2017


I think the continuous form is -고 있다. So it would be 가지고 있어.

October 3, 2017


This form is not accepted either

August 16, 2018


nope. the employee isn't "taking" the radio. in this case he "takes" it. you have to pay attention.

August 20, 2018


가지다 also means to have/to possess, right? how to distinguish between the different meanings then? is it purely contextual again?

February 19, 2018


A little trick to remember the verb "take". 가져ㅡㅡ Sounds like "gotcha" if you take sometime, you got it?

March 4, 2019


Using "gotcha" i remembered the word "고추" (chili pepper).

April 1, 2019


not wrong i can speak korean and the ㅂ 니다/습니다 is HIGH polite present tens if the verb stem(the last letter before the 다) ends with an vowel like 마시다 than delet 다 add ㅂ 니다 마십니다 i drink if consinant like 먹다 to eat the same just ads 습니다 먹습니다i eat thats the easiest way to make an present tense the other one is 어요/아요 /요/여요 ㄹㅓ요/라요 like if the verb has 으다 at the end than conjucate as 여요 or without 요 if you dont want to be polite 듣다 to hear is 들어요 cause if there is an ㄷ before 다 than its become ㄹ 가요 들어요 마셔요...etc the easist way to make an present tense is to add 고 있어요/고 있습니다 가고 있어요 i go.... bye:)

October 23, 2018
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