GREAT DISHONOUR TO THE CORPORATION
Not lazy, just tired from working their other job...
He/she must be employed not in korea
They hide in the toilet in korea to avoid work
I hide in the toilet in America to avoid work.
I hide in the toilet in Malaysia to avoid work
They must be tired from working so hard :(
회사원 = office worker ... why cannot?
More like corporation worker... 회사 - corp; 사무실 - office
They translate 'jago' to 'sleeping and'. In this case sleeping and what? Or is it just another form of saying sleeping..
It shouldn't translate to 'and' in this case, or really, at all, I don't think, because in 자고 있어요, the '-고 있어요' means -ing, basically, and is attached to the verb stem 자.
Isn't 자다 a descriptive verb, so should it be 자아 있습니다?
Like, wouldn't 자고 있다 mean "is going to sleep" while 자아 있어요 means "is sleeping"?
The lazy employee sleeps is not correct ?
It's present continuous, not present simple.