What's with the 로 marker?
the 로/으로 particle is used to refere to an "instrument". In this case, 연필로 will mean "with a pencil", in other words, the pencil is the instrument. :D
In a precious lesson, the particle was introduced as a direction particle with a meaning of "toward". I find myself a unclear and misunderstanding this.
The same for me
It is dual purpose, meaning it acts both as an indicator of direction and the same form is also used to indicate an instrument.
"The man writes a message by pencil" is incorrect?
By pencil is technically not erong its just bad English. (You can go by car or write by hand but not by pencil)
What's the difference between 적습니다 and 씁니다
적다 is more like jot down. Teachers say it when they want students to take notes. 쓰다 is a general "write."
So 쓰다 would be used to describe someone writing an essay or a letter?
Yes! 쓰다 is used when you write something which actually needs a brain,,,like something creative
so here is 'with the pencil' BEFORE the object. but a lesson ago '[the woman writes a book] with the hand' came AFTER the object. I refer to the korean version with before/after of course.
is there a rule or is it by feeling where to put these?
I know what you mean; I was wondering the same thing about the order: a message "with the pencil" 적다 (to write) or " with the pencil" a message 쓰다 ( to write)? Does it matter or not?
why is it a 로 when pencil 연필 ends with 팓침 ㄹ? should it not be 연필으로 ?
으 can follow ㄹ, its an irregular
I wrote "by pencil". It should be correct. Other possible answers should also be included in the pool.
That doesn’t sound correct to me
namjaga yeonpillo mesijireur sseubnida
❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ it pls stop writing im wrong for not putting an s in the end
THE MAN WRITES A PENCIL WITH A MESSAGE