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For "boring" can you use 심심해요?
That means "to be bored". You use 심심하다 to express that you're feeling bored, and 지루하다 to express that something is boring, so if you said 학교는 심심해요 it would mean the school is bored.
I am a native speaker, and the translation can be both "학교는 지루합니다."and "학교는 심심하다."
Wait... if you're a native speaker... then why are you here... lol
I was thinking the same thing
for testing? idk, I'm a native spanish speaker and I also take the spanish course here to see if it's good or no, I guess this person is doing the same
For reference, 심심하다 does mean to be bored, and 학교 is not the subject in "학교는 심심하다."
Is that so? Thanks for the correction!
Thank you so much that makes a lot of sense!
심심해요 is bored. As in "I am bored bc im not doing anything." 지루하다 is more of a description that describes something that is boring.
I believe so, as well as 재미없어
congrats duo, ur getting ur facts straight
I respect Duo for it's honesty @_@
Like this comment if you're in school right now
If i'm not, should I downvote?
Thanks for the info!
Right school is boring
Duo's feeling cool... XD
This app is missing the 'write the translation / what you hear in Korean' option that's a lil disappointing :/
I acually like school... becsuse im HOME SCHOOLED
School's boring should be correct
Three cheers for Duo!