Translation:The book is not fun.
what defference between "there is no" and "is not" in the word's mean "없습니다" ???
Late reply but if you still want help, I believe ibnida is to be and anibnida is to not be. 없습니다 would be there is none.
Lies! I mean unless it's a textbook for history, then i wholeheartedly agree.
These adverbs are so annoying! I can't tell them apart. It seems like cool, stylish, interesting, and delicious are all the same thing and there's two words for them.
So what is "fun" in Korean? Given the previous lessons, it almost looks like this is saying the book "does not exist" in fun.
I thought it is "The book is not funny." I can't really understand the difference between "Fun" and "Funny" in Korean. D:
And now you'll understand when Koreans misuse "fun" and "funny" all the time in English.
Yeah, Korean kids at least use 재미있다! as an exclamation all the time to mean BOTH "It's fun" and "It's funny", although other words do exist that are a little more specific.
Now it translate..... The book is not funny. That is what I put down and got it wrong..... Please make me understand.
은/는 topic marker 이/가 subject marker
은/는 is more specific like "the" 이/가 subject marker is more general like "a"
I'm not 100% sure though, so try researching a bit more
책이 재미없습니다 The correct answer for Duolingo is "The book is uninteresting". However, from what I know, -습니다 is either to be (at a location), to exist or to have. If the book is uninteresting, may I know why it isn't 책이 재미입니다? This puzzles me so much ._.
So basically 재미 means 'interesting' and 없습니다 or 잇습니다 chooses whether it indeed is or is not??
Yeah, 있습니다 (or 있다 in its infinitive form) means to exist or be present, while 없습니다 (or 없다 in its infinitive form) means to not exist or to be absent. So adding any noun before one of these verbs means that either that noun is there/present/extant or not there/absent/nonexistent.
Boring and uninteresting has same meaning,so why its say my answer is not correct
It says the book is boring but theres no option for boring. Just uninteresting. Is it trying to confuse me. X_X sigh