Apples are light... Ok so keep an apple close at night when you wake up in the dark and go to the bathroom.
들 isn't necessary, in English making the noun plural is necessary but not in Korean.
Actually, "an apple is light" is the same generalization in English and doesn't use plurals
I am guessing as in 'not heavy'
가볍습니다 is light (in weight).
무겁습니다 is heavy (in weight).
Thanks a zillion
Why not 사과들은 가볍습니다?
들 is not needed when we make a general statement
what is the difference between the two 들은 or 는?
deuli is strictly plural, while nuen is not
I have the same question
This is probably not what 아이작 뉴턴 경(Aijak Nyuteon Gyeong, Sir Isaac Newton) thought when one of them fell from the tree and hit his head.
death note references intensifies
Not if they´re rotten
As in the shade/color, or the weight? The weight, right?
light in weight
Light like the opposite of heavy ooor ? XD
How do we know the is more than one?? I anwered 'the apple is hot' but the answer is 'the apples are hot'????????
I mean lights
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