Typically Koreans say 가방 for backpack though
But doesn't 가방 just mean "bag" and also "briefcase"?
That's what I was taught also
Doesn't 내 mean "my" ,too?
내 is less formal
OK, but it was not accepted.
Is 배낭이 usually used for backpacks and 가방 for other bags? I was taught gabang for backpack too
가방 is just a general bag or sack. 배낭 is specifically backpack.
why 있습니다 and not 있어요?
있습니다 is more polite
Shouldn't it be 제 가방은 나무 옆에 있습니다. It's my first time hearing 배낭 instead of 가방
We can use "우리" for "my" too right?
that is usually only when referring to a family member. you would not use it for objects or things unless you really are saying "our backpack."
Ah okay, thank you
I typed in "내 배낭이 나무 옆에 있습니다" and it was marked wrong. Is this just because of formality, or is there something wrong with my answer?
Je baekangi namo yeope isssuebnida.