Must be the ninja academy conducting practical exams again…
Climbs up the school - sounds more natural to me
Yes, I put "up" too, but it was marked wrong.
Damn Peter Parker at it again;;
Why "The student"? "A student" should be acceptable. There was not indication of a particular student nor there being more than one student.
It doesn't accept "a school" either. Is it wrong?
No. If everything else was correct, report that your answer should also be accepted.
i don't think this makes particular sense
shouldn't it be
학생이 학교를 올라가요?
Climbing the walls might be a better sentence
That would involve a gerund
This school is in the top of Everest )
'~~ 학교로 올라가요'
가 더 어울립니다.
I think that student is scaping from school
Lol reminds me of that one vine where an asian girl climbs up the school building like spiderman
I wrote "a school" and it was wrong because I didn't use "the school" ???
학교를 ->학교에, 올라요->기어올라요
Why using 하교를 instead of 하교에?
From my understanding, they use the object marker 를 because the student is literally climbing the school (think Spider-Man), rather than him climbing to school or at school or on the school, as 에 would imply.
지금 우리 학교는