I'm not learning Korean as much as I'm forgetting English lol...
this lesson is a little bit hard but I will keap trying until I'll memories and remember everything fighting.
hope this year I'll finish all the lessons in this incredible app♡♡
Okay, what's wrong with the translation ''I'm swimming''
i think this is the -ing form which tells you what you are doing right now. but what duolingo says here is simply : I swim often. it doesn't have to mean the person is swimming right this moment but he is generally swimming.
hope this helps :3
Oh, I thought the answer is someone's name lol
"I am Soo Young"
meokbang asmr viewers be like : "aAaaH,so uR taLkiNg aBouT sOo yoUng?:
Can you use this as a response if someone asks what you do as a hobby/sport? Or can this only be used in the present?
I think you can use it in either situation
For these kind of questions if you tap on the word it will show you the meaning in english
jeo-neun = I + topic-marker
suyeonghabnida = suyeonghada + -bni- = to swim (present tense)