What is the difference between 짝습니다 and 작습니다?
작습니다 is correct spelling. But some people say "짝습니다" just to emphasize that it is small. But only '작습니다' is right when writing
짝습니다 isnt a word.
Question: Does "작습니다" refer to the the size while "짧급니다" refers to the length?
작다 means small, whereas 짧다 means short.
Why is 영필들은 lncorrect?
It's not. It probably just wasn't initially added as a correct answer
Why is 좁습니다 not ok here? >,<
좁다 is narrow. You could say 이 강은 좁습니다 (this river is narrow), 집이 좁습니다 (the house is cramped), even 의자가 좁다 (the chair is small), but the basic understanding is narrow in measurement, not small in the sense of 3D size.