wow. this is how rich people talk hahahahaha, if you are talking about going to paris, well hell yeah im going, but this sentence made me laugh so hard hahahahaha
W-we were going??!
Hahaha. Good one!
Damn... I wrote "Let's not go to the party today"... xD
What's the informal way of saying "let's not go"?, is it "가지 마"? Because this feels more imperative to me.
yes for what i know 오늘 파리에 가지마 even that word is fine (for me and for what i know)
I feel it would be 가지 말자
nice profile picture. You a spy or something?
Today? Must be rich haha
I didn't know that you have the option to randomly run around the world and quit your job. Huh?? What job is that called???
Juste une question....Why? Paris is a nice city.....
if i ask you now should we go to pairs today what would you answer?
I'd say *ELL YES
Maybe they feel sick!
Pourquoi...j'aime paris...je veux vais au france..... I'm learning french and korean both so i wouldn't mind but there's this new thing trending it's called corona
It's okay. We'll always have Paris.
But I want to go to Disneyland Paris
Anyone have a link to the basic grammatical explanation of this negative form?
you have tips for topic, above 'start' button in desktop version
What part of this sentence is the negative "not"?
오늘 파리에 가지 맙시다.
가다 means 'to go'
-지 맙시다 in the negative propositive mood is added to a verb stem, here "가"
Does it derive from (하)지 마?
from -지 말다
'ㄹ' at the end of verb stem (here 말) is always deleted in imperative, propositive and interrogative
-지 말다 is used for both imperative and propositive
BTS be like that..........