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?