"Mister, why is the car fast?" is a perfectly valid answer. There's no context to this sentence so without 들, it can be either.
The use of 는 marks "cars" as a topic. Therefore it makes more sense to word it as "Mister, as for cars, why are they fast?"
So suggest it! They need as many suggestions as they can for possible answers
This kid asks a lot of questions....
Next question - ''mister, where do babies come from?''
That's it. Duo started questioning life. We're done for.
Because of VTEC KICKED IN YO!!!
Because Vin Diesel pumped in the NOS.
i heard that i should refrain from saying 아저씨 to men who are young.. it means like "old man" or something?? jin (from bts) said something like that
JaydenBeat1, what do you define as being "old"?
older than you or seems like the same as as you.
But as far as I know ajushi is mister or middle-aged man.
ajumoni is middle-aged woman
agassi is young woman
well then what would i call a young man who i havent really met before?
Perhaps someone can translate,"Sir" to Korean for us?
Sanim is like sir, respectful and aughussi is like Mister (zaddy)