Did you see my bag?
It is filled with trophies
트로피들로 백이 가득해
Whatchu think bout that?
I bet it my haters hella sick ~
My bag full of trophes yah yah yah
It's hella thick
"저의 가방이 그만큼 큽니다" was marked incorrect but it suggested "저의 가방 그만큼 큽니다", shouldn't it accept both?
It's actually 가방은
how can i tell when i have to use the words "그만큼" and "저만큼"?
I'm curious about that too
same! I would like to know.
did you see my bag?
The correction text told me I needed "제" at the start of the sentence, but that's not even a choice it gives me. I actually needed 저의 I guess, but I'm curious why the duolingo tells me I need "제"? (even thought it doesn't let me pick that)
제 is the contracted form of 저의.
omg what can anyone explain this sentence lol i was just so confused on this multiple choice bit
제 is said its right but it's not an option help
제 is the same as 저외
The correct answer (as appearing if you get this question wrong) uses 가방 without any subject or topic particles. Why is it correct to use it without any?
It has 은, "my bag" is the subject. It IS that big.
Couldn't I say "내" instead of "저의" or "제"?
Not with the ㅂ니다 ending. You should not mix politeness registers. If you want to use 내, change the verb ending as well. 내 가방은 저만큼 커.
저런 말 한국에서 사용하지 않습니다
If you know what I mean
Why does Santa have such a big bag?
I wrote 큰 for big because that was the only option but it's telling me the correct word is 커, is there a difference? 19/7/20