Whats the difference between 이쪽에 and 이쪽으로
The latter implies a sense of direction, the former just a sense of location.
So what's the difference between
옵니다 and 갑니다?
오다 = to come
가다 = to go
~ㅂ니다 is just a formal ending
개가 그쪽으로 갑니다 = The dog goes that way
고양이가 이쪽으로 옵니다 = The cat comes this way
"오다" means "to come" and "가다" means "to go"
Come and go
I'm just a beginner but from what they've taught us, 갑니다 is the verb for "go" and 옵니다 is for "come"
오니다 = come(s)
옵니다 is 'to come'. And 갑니다 is 'to go'.
옵니다 is to come
갑니다 Is to go
옵니다 means to come and 갑니다 means to go
옵니다 is come and 갑니다 is go
옵니다 means (comes,come)
갑니다 Means (Goes,go)
The second is the verb "to go" rather than "to come" I think
The same difference between "come" and "go"
옵나다 means come; whereas, 갑나다 means go.
남자가 이쪽에 옵니다
Why this is wrong ?
~(으)로 is used with verbs of motion to denote direction of movement while ~에 is used to mark locations.
이편으로 was not accepted even though it was one of the examples when mousing over.
Why cant i use 이쪽 instead of 이쪽으로?
It's missing a particle like 으로/로, which means toward.