비싸다 = 비 (非, not) + 싸다 (cheap)
I learned 차 as car... Whats the difference in that and 차동자?
차 is the short version.
Like the difference from saying "car" and "automobile"?
차(車）is short version of 자동차(自動車). sometimes you will see in korean newspaper they will use the hanja character 車 instead of hangeul 차 for shorthand
자동차 refers to a vehicle that can move itself. The chinese character refers to anything that travels on wheels and means wheel. 차 is a verbal abreviation.
차동자 and 차 both means car but native koreans often use 차 for car .
But 차 also means tea .
We can get confused because 차 would also mean tea in korean
Maybe, that's why car is 차동차
i have no clue.
jUst tAke iT ofF nOw giiIiiIrrrLll
Lol RM's Expensivs girl
i remember " 비쌉니다" becouse it sounds like the visa credit card
So suddenly duolingo is not accepting 'my car' and wants 'the car'
Yall probably wont see this but-
여자아이는 비쌉니다 ;)
that means expensive girl but the girl part is for a child wth
Well, "expensive" is "un-cheap" in Korean: 비-싸
Aren't all cars expensive though?
Darn autocorrect making cats expensive. :(
The car is expensive
Jisoo: so cool!
Can someone please tell me why and where we use 이, 가, 와, and all in sentences?
OI means "this", (someword)~OI/가 are subject markers and 와 means "and"