Is it mr garam
Ayoo howd you do that?
Sorry to hear that Mr. Garam. Just think fondly of those days when you two would come together after eating in the library...
And studying in the museum...
Why is this so funny!!!!!!!?????????? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
And eating that in the bathroom..
and specially after jumping in the library!
Then falling together in the library
I need you girl 왜 혼자 사랑하고 혼자서만 이별해
혼자 주저 앉아
언제부터 넌 날 아프게 했던가
너 조차도 모르잖아
너도 아프잖아 'cause you're mine
I just wanna blow your mind
이렇게 넌 또 멀어져 만 가는데
Feels sad bro...
How did you know? :'-)
'House' should have been accepted too :(
No it shouldn't
Shouldn't 저는 be used here? With polite verb endings? I'm confused.
I go home alone
Home alone? The movie?
Me too, duo, me too
shouldn't this be 집에로?
집으로 is "in the direction of home" but I think could be basically the same in this case.
집에 implies destination, while 집에로 implies direction. "I go home" implies destination, so the first one should be used.
So the progressive tense "am going home" would not be correct here?
나는 집에 가고있다.
is "I go home by myself" acceptable?
at the beginning i tought it says "im alone at home" ㄹㅗㄹ
why 'by myself' isn't accepted????
Quiet when Im coming home Im all alone
And I could lie say I like it like that like it like that
take care <3
"I don't wanna cry, please dry my eyes..." Every time I see 혼자 I hear the piano stabs in "나혼자" ... SISTAR
나는 집에 가요.
나는 혼자 집에 가요.
나는 혼자 공부해요.
나는 집에 공부해요.
나는 혼자 집에 공부해요.
I'm sick of correcting these mistakes 저는 as the ending is formal!
why isn’t 집에서 used here?
~에 is a direction and ~에서 is a location. Or a starting point (~에서 & ~까지).
Is it + 는 with 혼자 to mean "alone"?