"How do you know I'm not big?"
"How do you know im not big?" sksksksksk
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Does "big" mean "fat" or "tall" in this sentence?
Most likely fat or maybe well-built.
"BIG GUY!" Should have been accepted
I wrote boy instead of man -_-
"Tall man" is not correct?
"Tall man" is now accepted. Without 키, 큰 남자 is not exactly a tall man, but in the proper context 키 may be implied.
Yes to be fair, he CAN be tall... horizontally
Haha, charade you are...
So it seems like ㄴ/은 is making adverbs until you realize these are all adjectives in English. What's going on?
In Korean, it's all just verbs. Tacking ㄴ/은 onto the stem of a verb makes it behave like an adjective instead. Like how slapping "-ing" onto the end of most English verbs can turn them into nouns.
a chonky boy