"The bread is food."
Can someone explain the role of 이 here? Do 빰이 and 빰 both mean bread or is there a difference?
Zenita was pointing out that what flyingtiger wrote said bbam, not bbang. I just don't think their native language is English, so it came out confused.
It is a particle of subject. When the word ends in consonant uses 이 and vowel uses 가