"호텔은 거기에 있습니다."
Translation:The hotel is there.
Two choices for 'The' both are capitalized. Chose the wrong the and got answer wrong
Yeah, and the 에 too, I'm pretty sure. I think it makes it more of like a "at that spot" sort of thing.
Maybe the speaker is pointing to a map? I dunno, I figure 저 means "there" in a physical sense (like, pointing to a distant thing), and 거 means "there" in a closer sense (like, pointing to something in a small room, or on a map).