Normally, snakes are found on planes.
Or in boots
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe...
I guess that's how it ended up on the house.
Must be in Australia.
Burn the house down...
Must be one of my classmates
I said there was a snake on top of the house and it got marked wrong?
If you said "was" then you're wrong.
Korean also has a past tense like 'was' you could added it with -었요 (ex: 봤어요 means I was saw) cmiiw
Why not "The snake is on the house"?
i belive because "있습니다" means "there is". correct me if i'm wrong...
Why doesn't it accept "the snake is atop the house" when that is what the suggestions to 위에 are shown to be
The snake is above the house is not accepted
It got up there thanks to the ladder.
♪ 뱀이다~ 뱀이다~ 몸에 좋고 맛도 좋은 뱀이다 ♪