"The boy does not catch the ball."
Translation:남자아이가 공을 안 잡습니다.
yes, there are 2 common ways to say “not” in Korean: First, when you use 안, you need to use it before the verb “안+verb"; for example 안 가요"don't go", 안 먹어요 "don’t eat", 운동 안 해요 "don't do exercise".
Second, when you use 지 않다, you need to use it after the verb “V +지 않다"; for example 가지 않아요"don’t go", 먹지 않아요 "don't eat", 공부하지 않아요 "don't study".
That's true, there's "namjaai" and "sonyeon." The latter is a cognate of the Japanese "shonen", "young man"
come on guys keep learning Korean daily! don't give up! or else you would be a weakling! would you like to hear that? no! so keep learning!
When that happens, please report the missing answer and they will eventually add it. You get an email, if / when they do. It might take some time, though. I just received an email from the Russian course and I haven't worked on it in a year.