Aren't there mountains under the sea though?
What is the difference between 없습니다 and 없었어?
I am wondering that as well!
었 - past
a non-past formal polite 없습니다 vs. a past informal non-polite 없었어
없습니다 is present formal. 없었어 is past casual
Not an expert but from what I know 없습니다 is present tense and 업섰어 is past tense. I think it has to do with formal and informal speech as well but I'm not sure
I'm not sure I can see the difference between 가/이 and 는/은
는 and 은 are both topic particles. 는 is used when the word ends in a vowel sound while 은 is used when the word ends in a consonent. Similarly 가 and 이 are subject particles when the word ends with a vowel and consonent, respectively.
I meant the difference between subject and topic markers..
Why "saneun" instead of "sani" could anyone explain?
Before it said 바다 means ocean and now it's sea so does it mean both? Is there a difference?
Same, actually 바다 it means sea
바다 means Sea