I'm a beginner in Korean, but from what I understand, batchim is the ending consonant of whatever word/letter we are talking about. It does not always have to be present. Eg. In 손 (hand), the batchim is ㄴ, in 도서관 (library), it is ㄴas well, in 저금 it is ㅁ. But in 노래 (song), there is no batchim because it ends in a vowel sound (ㅐ). Same goes for 고양이 (cat) which again ends in a vowel sound (ㅣ). Batchim is important to know for pronounciation and to some extent conjugation etc. Hope this helps
Okay, nice, thanks for teaching us... Quick question... Who would throw a cat? Or was the cat just falling...? Why was the cat falling in the first place, then? Was that cat falling to its death...? Did the cat launch itself at the dog, so the dog potentially could've caught it to prevent harm, but then got attacked because they failed to catch the cat? I have too many questions. DuOlInGo ExPLAin
I like how Duolingo teaches us sentances that we will probably never say in the real world
가 is used to mark the subject of the sentence and 는 is used to mark the topic of the sentence. In short sentences the subject and the topic are the same so there is no difference, and they are sometimes even dropped by native speakers. They have more meaning in long sentences or when you want to make subtle differences in the nuances of the meaning of the sentence. If you are a beginner don't worry about it too much. You'll figure them out after you see enough examples.
I'm so confused because of both the sentence and the answer- I guessed but I got it wrong because I mean who would ever guess this omo
Wait, does this mean that a little calico cat was tragically falling to its death from a 15 story apartment block and that the dog waiting to catch it failed miserably or that the little calico was running from the dog yet the dog still failed miserably? Damn this dog is so bad at life smh
This site explains batchim. http://www.koreanwikiproject.com/wiki/Hangeul_step_5