i smell like beeeeeef
if I type 'don't like' it says 'dislike', if I type 'dislike' it says 'don't like'. No consistency.
I was about to answer "I don't like baby beef".
But seriously though, I also think it is somewhat acceptably since the subject pronouns can be dropped in Korean. Hahaha
One question, can nouns be also used as modifiers?
That would be too ambiguous, since the 는 after the noun already implies that it's a topic
My two-year-old nephew might disagree
please sort your minds devs, is it dislike or don't like? but don't make us crazy
Why is the 들 multiplicity modifier randomly absent where it should be?
들 is not meant to be used with general statements. It would be more appropriate for a statement like "The babies do not like beef." However, even when 들 is appropriate, it's still optional. Plurality or singularity is not usually specified.