What kind of present is this? Like presenting something, time present, or a gift present
Gift, but it's really confused
They could have just said gift to mske it easier
It is the term of giving someone something
Great may I have it?
It should be gift instead. ( Just the song of melomance - gift (seonmul))
Well, 膳物 seems to mean originally "meal's stuff", something to eat you bring!
I wonder why '현재(time present)' isn't accepted as correct.
Well, you need the word 膳物 gift, not 現在 present time in the following exercises, but of course you are right concerning the English homophone.
Literally translated as water-hand...?
No, this is a word with hanja characters, 膳物 = a thing you give to someone
Hand is 손, not 선 :)