What's the difference between 맛없습니다 and 멋없습니다?
맛없습니다 is no taste (food without taste)
멋없습니다 is not cool, not stylish which can mean a person’s clothes have no visual flavor.
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Why is this 빵이 and not 빵은?
빵은 맛없슴니다 - Bread tastes bad. (Generally speaking that all bread are bad)
삥이 맛없금니다 -
The bread tastes bad.
(Specifically stating that a certain/the bread in front of you is bad)
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Does it mean the eun is for general and the i is for specific??
빵이 is usually used in plain text, and 빵은 means that "at least the bread tastes bad."
So like 빵이 makes it definite that the bread doesn't taste good while 빵은 would tag it as not being all that bad?
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ㅃ- ㅃ- 빨간맛!
tis make no sense
Why in 맛없 ㅅ read like T sound, if next syllable starts with vowel?
Read like T
are nouns and verbs compounded?
like tastes, and bad
they like become one mixed word ?
Why does '맛 ' sound like 'badop'
Can someone break this down for us?
빵이(This bread) 맛(taste)없습니다(bad/negative)
Why does 맛없 sound like 'badop' instead of 'maseop' ?
it sounds like "mateob" because the letter ㅅ at the end of the syllable is pronounced as t
When do we use -은 and when do we use -이 with bread?
When the sentence was "The bread was delicious", it was 빵은 and when it was "The bread tastes bad", it was 빵이?
When do we use -은 or -이 with bread? When the sentence was "The bread is delicious", it was 빵은 and when the sentence was "The bread tastes bad", it was빵이
isn't "빵이 맛 안좋습니다" makes more sense rather than "빵이 맛없읍니다"? doesn't it mean "bread has no taste" instead? because 없다 means the absence of something right?