This sentence can mean exactly what you are thinking. Yes, you say this when you just got something you ordered from eBay and it's smaller than what you expected.
That's what she said
Context is very important...
I can make so many jokes with this XD
That's just mean.....
That's what he said!
…right after what she said.
Am i the only one who has a dirty mind????
These sentences on Duolingo are so double meaning...
ㅋㅋㅋ this sentence is hilarious
THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!! ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)/
Is there any special of pronouncing "The thing" so it doesnt exactly sound like "Water"
"thing" is 물건 while "water" is just 물 so you shouldnt have any trouble
Why do the himts include 좁습니다 when it then says that is a typo?
좁습니다 also means to be small but it is used for space.
Could someone break down "물건이"? For instance, isn't "건" short for "것은", which already has the topic particle?
물건 means a thing as a whole.
So can I use 그것 instead of 물건?
It is accepted but says it has typo. In general sometimes alternative answers are marked as typos, why?
Probably you really had a typo. I just checked "그것이 작습니다." and it was accepted without a typo.
duolingo is jus exposing ppl lol
But the balls are big
I feel bad for person with small thing :(
But the balls are big :/
What's the difference between 작습니다 and 좋습니다? One is formal the other one not?
작습니다 is to be small, and 좋습니다 is to be good.