"개가 집에 옵니다."
Translation:The dog comes home.
In 집에, the ㅂ sounds like "b," but in the verb 옵니다, it sounds more like "m." Is there a different pronunciation for ㅂ depending on where it is? Or am I just not hearing it right?
That's because when ㄴ comes after ㅂ, the pronunciation of ㅂ becomes the sound of ㅁ. For example, ~입니다 sounds like 임니다. Hope that helps ^^
maybe its wrong because you used future tense in a present tense sentence
에 means "to" it's a particle that marks a destination so in the case of "the dog comes home", home is the destination
another example where the "to" is present in the translation is 나는 공원에 갑니다 = I go to (the) park
What does 오 mean? I used google translate and also Naver dictionary. But it seems like this word does not mean "come".
Nothing comes up in your search because you only looked up the verb stem To find the verb in the dictionary you have to add -다 to the end Ex: 오다 = verb for "to come" 먹다 = verb for "to eat" Hope this helps!
You can't use 오 alone in this situation You can use either오다 that means "to come" or 옵니다 that means "comes", "is coming"
I said "The dog comes IN the house" and it was wrong. In that case i assume it should be 집에 왔어요 to translate it like that?
So, "e" and "kattchi" means "to the place" where "eu-ro" means towards? also, This dog is a good boi.
I said "the dog come home" and apparently i got it wrong because i didnt add an "s" to "come" , i know the grammer is wrong but .... it seems i kind of got it right