The speaker is there to tell you that you look great! You don’t need a ЯOЯЯIM!
Speaker is there so that you can do bathroom singing...
"There is a speaker in the bathroom, but there is no mirror" should also be accepted
Worked for me (2018/03/17
The woman designed it
what is wrong with this bathroom
Did you know that Japanese toilets actually have speakers? I heard it's there so people who use the toilet can turn the music on so they don't feel shy.. It's weird.. I know..
For comparison 는 should be used in place of 가. I just disabled this exercise and made a new revised one. We are sorry for the confusion.
Thank you for all of your work!
duo ! Well yeah when KPOP is ya whole life and u can't even bath without listening to it
Should 'toilet' be acceptable too?
i mean i think it depends on context... why would a toilet contain either a speaker or a mirror? in this context, i think it means bathroom
Because "toilet" (in British English) also means "bathroom" or "restroom".
Also "there is a speaker but not a mirror in the bathroom"
"There is a speaker in the bathroom but there isn't a mirror" is the same thing why would it be labeled incorrect
Report that your answer should also be accepted.