I understood this!! I wasn't sure what 그렇죠 meant but i figured it was isn't it by the question mark.
Thank you! I am so used to hearing 근대 that i thought i was imagining it
I'm not completely sure, but to my native knowledge, I'm pretty sure 하지만 also means "which", but I'm not too sure.
Ha ji man- does not mean which. When you say something where you would then say "but" that is where you us ha ji man. ex. I like you, but I already have a boy friend. In place of but you would put ha ji man. tang shin ( cho a + ha ji man) cho nun nam ja chingu polso issum ni da. Sorry, my school computer does not have Korean characters. Good luck
Or at the beginning of the sentence "ha ji man can mean "however" Again alluding to something that is different from what is normally expected.
It really is, it's actually one of the most unorganized languages in the world.
no, 그런데 is the 는데 grammar on 그렇다
where 그렇지만 is the 지만 grammar on 그렇다
without context or explanation 는데 and 지만 would both look like "but" but 지만 explicitly has the function of "but" in a way that sharply contrasts the previous clause with the next
while 는데 is more like a catch all clause transition that can contrast like 지만, or just give some info about the upcoming clause without contrasting at all.
I put " by the way, English is strange." they counted that as wrong. they need to add mine as an additional correct answer. They said " bye the way, English is weird." And, yes, English is one of the most unorganized and exceptional languages out there. Also, It is one of the most powerful, beautiful, rhythmic, funny languages you can ever learn and it will change how you see the world in many untold ways!