duo watched stranger things
ummm rip child sksksj
That's kind of dark...
Why not subject marker if we talk about a specific child?
"그 아이가 사라져요." is an answer to "Who disappears?"
"그 아이는 사라져요." is an answer to "What happens to that child?"
It probably doesnt matter in this case because '그' is responsible for making it specific.
그 아이는 없어져요
It's similar, but '사라져요' implies 'I can't see the child.' And '없어져요' means 'the child's own existence is gone.'
What difference does it make to the sentence to use 가 instead of 는? Does it change the meaning of the overall sentence?
the child is not acting... it happes to the child.
you would use 가 if the child is actively doing the "disappearing".
but since the tv already disappeared....
A subject marker does not necessarily imply a voluntary act.
are you sure it wasn't kakarot?
Is the infinitive 사라지다?
Now the TV, Now the car and now the child ;-;