Why do you use so many sentences saying that Korean is not difficult? I think Korean is really hard...
Difference between 니까 and 니다??
I believe the first is for questions and the second for statements.
q and a ;-)
-ㅂ니까 is the interrogative form, for questions, and -ㅂ니다 is the indicative form, for statements. Both are formal-polite verb forms (하십시오체).
니까 generally is used with questions I'm noticing
니까 is used for formal questions
니다 Is for formal answers and replys
"Nikka" is for questioning
"Nida" is for statement..
Thats what i understood
Came here to reply because i saw Key in your dp
Anyone know why the -를 ending is not needed here? It gives me "you have a typo" from "한국어를".
because korean is our subject here. if we were asking 'is learning korean easy' then it would take the object particles, because korean would be our object.
The first when is used when asking, i think? The second one's for declarative statements.
안이예요... 쇱 지 안아요....... ㅠㅠ
아니예요 쉽지 않아요
thats a no from me bud
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I would happily agree if it wasn't for my very good friends the topic marking particles
네, 한국어를 쉽습니다