I almost read it as "inside the tree" and I was concerned for a moment.
heavy audible sigh my habit of saying bookbag instead of backpack cost me the right answer :D
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
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.
Formality - 제 is the polite/honorific form
Nae is informal and jae is formal
They are the same, 제 is formal while 내 is informal.
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
What is the difference between "I put my backpack next to a tree" and "I put my backpack next to the tree"?
No difference regarding the Korean sentence
"My back is next to a tree" is not accepted? 13-04-2021