This ball is almost as bad as those exploding apples!
터지는 갤럭시 노트7 는?
Someone's been playing Grifball...
공 아닌데 수류탄이에요. 조심하세요.
Why are we learning this word at this level? I doubt 타지다 makes any list of the 5000 most frequent words used in Korean. Is Duo just busting my balls?
Now we're getting to the good stuff.
Is 져요 added instead of ㅂ니다 to make the sentence polite
Yes! We're studying different levels of speech in Korean, the 요 one is 해요체, the ㅂ니다 one is 합쇼체.
Probably not an actual ball...
Does Korean have a progressive verb form? Could this be translated "the ball is exploding"?
Present progressive structure in Korean would be verb stem +고 있다.
Yes but often they use simple present for the present progressive aswell
Why not "the ball bursts"?
What about 'pops'?
Looks like it's gonna hurt a lot
Do balls explode?
for your own sake im not gonna answer that
According to my french-korean dictionnary, it's more "to burst" than "to explode" (for a ball/war/car tire/..).
For clothes/tissue : it's more like "to rip"
For a case : it's more like "to be exposed"
For a bomb, it's okay, it does explode :)