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 ball is dirty
I think its was a mistake by dulingo hi....
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The pronoun "This" is 이거. This sentence did not use a pronoun.
Actually that is "this thing"
Like 이것...not just 이거
Actually, while 이것 is correct,
이거 is more commonly used in real life (according to Talk To Me In Korean). It should be noted that duolingo only accepts 이것.
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.
감사합니다! I've been confused about these endings (and the 어/어요 endings) for so long now >.
What's the difference between ball is dirty and " the ball is dirty "
When you say "The ball is dirty" it is talking about a specific ball but when you say "ball is dirty" it is not specific. Hope this helped :)
The pronunciation on this sentence is really awful
I had no idea what this adjective meant and put dirty as a wild guess. Omg what just happened