Pump your brakes man
So 내 is 'my' and 네 is 'your'?? Well that's not confusing at all
Yes, but in spoken Korean, 네 is pronounced 니 to differentiate :)
Ways to get yourself beaten up.
Well if the speaker is a girl.....
네 or 너의?
isn't it different?
네 is short for 너의.
This could very well be a girl telling another girl that her sister is pretty. I feel as if every one assumed it's a guy speaking even though there's no specific indication of that.
This isn't creepy at all.
Apparently Duolingo strips XML or I would have used < and > instead of [ and ].
Sounded just like My (nae) rather than Ni.
What a creeper!