Jimin is Mochi
And yoon is our lil meaw meaw
So that means "Jimin's yoongi is cute"
"고양이를" Why cant I say this? Since in this case we are taking the cat as the object.
Because there's not a verb. No action taking place.
"저는 한국어-를 공부합니다" = "I study Korean"
"한국어-는 배우기 어려워요°" = "Korean is difficult to learn"
I don't know if I'm too late with this but I hope this helps :)
You will only use 를 /을 when you are doing something to whatever you are talking about. When you say 고양이를 you are implying that you are doing something to the cat.
귀엽다 • (gwiyeopda) (irregular, infinitive 귀여워, sequential 귀여우니)
(to be) cute; (to be) charming
why does 귀엽니다 a typo error?
Can someone explain the difference between -에 particle and -의 particle bcs i answered 남자에 and i don't understand it thank you^^
의 is used for possesion. 에 isn't, I'm not sure what it is used for though lol
Im pretty sure 에 it used for places where no action are taking place. Please correct me if im wrong.
It is min yoongi
Oh man, "cute" really threw me for a loop when it was time to write it.
Looking at "귀", I thought it was "긲". ㄱ + 위, Not ㄱ + 이 + ㄲ. It's a very strange looking syllable
All cats are Yoongie