학생이 책을 받나요? Sounds more natural to me.
This whole lesson is about written (formal) language
Duolingo doesn't specify which lesson an example is in during practice mode though.
Are ~이 and ~가 less formal than ~는 and ~은?
No, they just mean slightly different things.
What is the imperative of 얻느냐? 얻다?
Verb: base form: 얻다
Meaning: (in this case) get, receive, earn, gain etc.
Sentence ending form:
Present, declarative, formal- non-polite: 얻는다
Present, interrogative, formal-non-polite: 얻느냐?
Imperative, formal- non-polite: 얻어라.
Is 느냐 or 니 used after a verb stem ending in a vowel?
얻느냐 is very old language. 얻니is right. And 얻다is not normal 받다is nomal
Yay i hit level 25
What is the pronunciation of 얻느냐? Papago says it's onneuya, and the recording there certainly sounds different from the Duolingo recording.
"eon-neu-nya", that's how it sounds to me here.
Thanks. I suspect you have a far better ear for languages than I do!