Thas what she said
I knew i wasnt the only one think this ...
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BTS? ARMYS? J-HOPE, "oh jimin,dirty water, no faceu.
I'm here any other ARMY?
U know ppitam nunmul?
I put "This ball is dirty" and I got it wrong. Could someone help explain why? :(
This ball = 이 공이. A/The ball = 공이/공은.
I am only a beginner myself, but the sentence doesn't have the word for "this" in it. So it must be "the ball", not "this ball".
이 is "this"
이공 would be this ball
The pronoun "This" is 이거. This sentence did not use a pronoun.
Actually that is "this thing"
Like 이것...not just 이거
what the audio said sounded a lot like the ball is itchy, but the sentence said it was dirty. my mom said it was 'deo', not 'ga'. Is this the new Yanny/Laurel?
What is the difference between '합니다' And '습니다'?
it depends on whether the verb ends with -하다 or -다. if it ends with a consonant, the ending would be 습니다, but if it ends with a vowel the ending would be ㅂ니다, so 먹다 would be 먹습니다, 보다 would be 봅니다, and 공부하다 would be 공부합니다.