What's the difference between 영리합니다 and 똑똑합니다 ?
I mean, I think being smart and being clever is sort of the same thing. Isn't it?
Wouldn't it be 게들? Because it says "The dogs" so it's plural?
General sentences about things generally don't use the (optional) plural marker.
게들 is crabs :) but to answer your question it is commonly omitted. unless you want to emphasise a certain amount
I was thinking the same thing
Yeah they speak in Korean, dance and sing
How is it pronounced? I always hear yeongliamnida or yeongmiamnida but in the written form it is yeongriamnida
영리합니다 is romanized as "yeong-ri-ham-ni-da". But ㅎ is almost silent when between two vowels.
Other ㅎ changes:
When ㄱ,ㄷ,ㅂ, and ㅈare located before or after ㅎ, the consonant becomes aspirated: ㅋ,ㅌ,ㅍ, and ㅊ.
ㅎ + ㅅ =ㅆ
ㅅ + ㅎ = ㅌ
When do you use 까?
When you make the question " are the dogs clever?
까 is used for posing a question