"저는 한국에 없습니다."
Translation:I am not in Korea.
my husband lives in korea u may know him.. his name is kim yoongi but yah bc I still live in germany we cant live together ;-;
You dont have to be so aggresive min yoongi isn't an object he is a human being , though it is true she doesnt even know his name sighhhh
how do we pronunce 없습니다, which of the ㅂ or the ㅅ sound in 없 is silenced? (or are they both pronunced?)
You always pronounce the first patchim. But if the following block of hangul starts off with the place holder consonant(ㅇ) than you also pronounce the second patchim. If not then just pronounce the first patchim.
Not always the first.
In ㄹㄱ, ㄹㅁ, ㄹㅍ the second is pronounced intstead.
ㄹㅂ is an exception. In some cases you pronounce ㄹ and some others you pronounce ㅂ.
It's pronounced like "ps". Some words, like my name, Alex, have 2 consonants at the end. Alex is written "아렋". See those "g" and "s"? They are pronounced like " x" when together.
At most one final consonant can be pronounced each syllable, even if there are two written. Your name is transliterated to 알렉스.
It's 'Eobseumnida' and I think the 'S' comes from the '습' part, not the '없'
Interestingly, it also accepts 'I do not exist in Korea' which, in English, holds a slightly different meaning.
Why doesn't it accept "South Korea". As far as I know, there are two Koreas.
Koreans don't call their country "South Korea", and 한국 is only an abbreviation of the full name 대한민국. Even in English that's not an official name, it's the "Republic of Korea".
For political reasons the Korean government would never officially call itself "South Korea", this would make the division seem permanent, and legitimize the other side.
Maybe, like in english, it takes korea in general. And south and north korea are said difirently. Like how in english, 'korea' is both north and south. And then we put north/south for a more definite location.
... korea was originally one country... So there was originally one language. Words do differ because of the split, but Korea is the free korea.
How do i know when its saying "im not korean" or "im not in korea" i thought it was the first. So is the anyway to diferenciarte
- 저는 한국에 없습니다. I'm not in Korea.
- 저는 한국인이 아닙니다. I'm not Korean.
- 저는 한국 출신이 아닙니다. I'm not from Korea.
I think 저는 is (i) 한국에 in korea 에 in 한국 Korea 잇ㅅ습니다 means (there is) so 저는 한국에 잇ㅅ습니다 I am in korea
Why is the sentence spelled 저는 한국에 없습니디 Instead of 저는 없습니디 한국? And whats the need of 에 if 한국 means Korea?
Why isn't it "I Korea in am not?" in English? Every language works differently, you can't just translate word for word.
The -에 particle in this case means 'in', so 한국에 is 'in Korea'. Take lessons on the computer, it shows grammar explanations.
But.. i thought it means " I am not from Korea".. then how can i say " I am not from Korea ?
I'm not from Korea would be:
"저는 한국에서 안 왔습니다." (Literally, "I didn't come from Korea.")
"저는 한국에서 온 것이 아닙니다." (Literally, "I don't come from Korea.")
Although, the first form seems more common to me, after living in Korea for a few years.
so 저는 is "I", right? I. Then comes 한국에, which means "Korea" - I Korea. Okay, then 없습니다. 없어 means I can't, and 니다 is along "is not". Combine them to get something along " I am not." Then you get "I Korea am not", and from there, "I am not in Korea," once you rearrange it into English grammatical structures.
Hope I could help some!
The possesive is before the context, think lile yoda talk, "i, korea does not have "
저는 means your referring to your self. 한극 is Korea. 없습니다 means not in, not there.
-ga is a topic marker. -neun is subject marker. here the subject is I. you might want to check this out https://medium.com/story-of-eggbun-education/basic-topic-marker-%EC%9D%80-eun-%EB%8A%94-neun-vs-subject-marker-%EC%9D%B4-i-%EA%B0%80-ga-48d20f1008d9
에 is used as a location marker, or location particle. In this sentence, it indicates that the location being talked about is Korea. 한국에 = in Korea; 저는 한국에 없습니다 = I'm not in Korea.
I hope this helps a bit!
I wish I was lmao. My friend just got back and somehow went to, not only one BTS concert, but two. T W O
Way to tell me that Jungkook is so far away. Cant wait for october to meet him though.