"I eat that in the bathroom."

Translation:저는 화장실에서 그것을 먹습니다.

October 2, 2017



What, am i sneaking a forbidden cookie?

October 2, 2017


If you don't want it, I'll eat it

October 2, 2017


Why is 먹어요 not accepted?

January 5, 2018


I think duolingo always conjugate the verb in the formal level

May 18, 2018


They introduce 요 in the "Polite" course.

July 20, 2018


They input correct answers manually, and because they haven't introduced "어요" until this exercise, they assume we would write "먹습니다". You should report this question and mark your answer as "should be accepted."

July 20, 2018

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This option appears in my multiple choice question.

September 16, 2018


Me during Ramadan

August 15, 2018


Same hahahah

April 14, 2019


Where exactly is the best place to put the location, in the sentence? The beginning, or before the verb, or after 저는?

January 22, 2018


Whatever you want to emphasize most, you can put first in the sentence. Someone can correct me if I'm erong, but as long as the verb is last, you are good. That's the way I learned it.

March 25, 2018


I think the one you want to emphasize more should be nearer to the end (before the verb of course :p)

December 20, 2018


Could one say, "화장실에서 저는 그것을 먹습니다"? Outside of the SOV syntax, how do the other parts of speech play into a sentence?

June 5, 2018


It depends on what you want to emphasize. "화장실에서 저는 그것을 먹습니다" puts extra strong emphasis onto the fact that the bathroom is where you eat that.

June 11, 2018


Thank you very much for your answer! That makes sense.

June 11, 2018


에서 at the end of word means -from- right? why in this sentence it translates like -in-?

September 13, 2018


You should really read this. Duolingo Regular Verbs

Similar to ~으로, ~에/에서 can have another meaning when not used with a verb of motion.

Both ~에/에서 in this case mean in or at.

~에서 where an action takes place

~에 where something static is happening

So in this particular case,

저는 화장실에서 그것을 먹습니다.

화장실 – bathroom

에서 – in, at

에서 – from (with a verb of motion)

Eating is an action, not something static and isn't a verb of motion so 에서 must be used. And it means in, not from.

화장실에서 – in the bathroom.

November 10, 2018


Is there a difference if i swap the two middle part? As that bathroom instead bathroom that

July 24, 2018


I am eating the forbidden ramen

October 30, 2018


I eat "that" in the bathroom. 그것을 means that. So the translation would be I eat that in the bathroom. They don't put that in the English sentence so there is no way anyone would translate this correctly in real life. Duo thanks for making the Korean language section keep correcting add either (that) or remove 그것을 from the translation.

February 5, 2019



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