Does this friend need help?
Nah, they just had too much soju (true story)
Omg help him he/she might be your friend
well this got D A R K
Im the friend
I used to do that all the time as an edgy joke, especially if someone I knew was driving toward me
This friend must be hella drunk
and I was listening to spring day... perfect
Where is this game going?
It's not a game anymore
그 친구 좀 살려줘
what does this say
please help that person haha
house of cards casually starts playing
shouldn't "my friend" be accepted too?
It doesn't count for the sake of the exercice. Because there is a specific word for my friend : 내 친구
There are other exercises which "my" is accepted even though it is not explicit in the sentence.
yeah! I wrote that too and it counted wrong, I was like "what the heck"
DON'T DO IT, FRIEND!!!
눕다 how to conjugate?
The ㅂ consonant stem for this verb morphs into a /w/ if a vowel initial ending is added to it (e.g.: ㅓ요) not for consonant initial endings (e.g.: 습니다).
Is this friend okay?
What is the friend on? Asking for another friend...
Why not 'kireso'? Why 'kire'?
-eso implies that theyre /from/ a place while -e just means they're there regardless of context
Yes. I'm also thinking that it should be 길에서 instead of 길에 since there's a verb "lies down". I'm confused. I hope someone will answer this. Hehe
Someone had too much soju on a Friday
I cannot understand, why I always hear "d", when it is "n" at the begining of the word.
i- i'm just- sir I'm just tryna learn Korean I didn't mean to- ugh-
I feel it
Does that friend need help
(This got dark)
What the frack
Street isn't accepted? The heck?
"in the road" was not accepted...how would one write "in" as opposed to "on" the road?
This friend's real bright.
Wait. It should be 길에서 instead of 길에 since there's a verb "lies down" right? Please enlighten me. Thanks