can someone please explain 걸어서? I'm not sure what words it comes from
The original verb is 걷다 (to walk), with the suffix ~서 attached to it.
걷다 conjugates to 걸어요, you remove the 요 and add the 서, and thus you get 걸어서.
so it means literally "I walk and then go" ?
I go by walking
I would wanna know that too
On foot/to be on foot
Why is this sentence different from ,저는 손으로 씁니다. (I write by hand)? Why isn't it 저는 foot으로 갑니다. ?
발으로 - would also like to know if this is possible.
I put 발으로 and it accepted it but corrected me to 발로. It seems ㄹ can connect directly to 로
I got this one wrong but the "correct" solution given was 저는 걸어서 가, which wasn't an option with the words I was given.
There was probably 가요 in the pieces you could choose, which would be the polite version of saying "go".
I dont know why the "correct" answer would not have that... maybe it is not necessary.
Sometimes everything in the sentence feels out of place like I on foot go. It just feels a little strange to me
This sentence appeared on the 'Numbers' section, is it ok?