i, the procrastinating perfectionist, beg to differ
Procrastinating perfectionists (basically all procrastinators) aren't lazy, just afraid of failure and hoping to magically improve something somehow before the deadline.
아 너무 바빠
너무 busy 몸이 모잘라
(Song - Mic Drop)
how is "The busy person is not lazy" wrong?
"The busy person is not lazy." is now accepted.
은 is the topic marker. Your answer would be "바쁜 사람이..."
은 and 이 have little to do with a and the.
That's the main thing that determines definiteness in Korean. It can be unmarked, like in Russian but selecting between 은 and 이 can and does mark it.
"Busy people are not lazy" is not accepted. Why would that be?
"Busy people are not lazy." is now accepted.
Shouldn't "busy people" work too, or is 두리 necessary?
Im busy studying Duoling bird (dying from him) and i am lazy af
you don't say
Should “the busy people are not lazy” be accepted?