I almost read it as "inside the tree" and I was concerned for a moment.
what's the difference between nae and je in reference to "my"?
They are same, 제= is the short of (저의) and it is a formal form , but 내(나의) is informal.
내 is casual. 제 is formal.
je is polite speech and ne is plain speech
Formality - 제 is the polite/honorific form
Politeness! :) 제 is more formal, lowering yourself before the other person. 내 is relaxed and more used, in my opinion, but thats because I'm used to hearing my elders talking to me or listening to friends amongst themselves.
Nae is informal and jae is formal
They are the same, 제 is formal while 내 is informal.
heavy audible sigh my habit of saying bookbag instead of backpack cost me the right answer :D
Beside should have been accepted as well as next to.
"beside" and "by the side of " will be synomous with "next to".
Where Im from we say bookbag but that is incorrect here? I dont know why
Who leaves their backpack next to a tree lol