I'd hope not
I'd appreciate it if the the dictionary form would be shown. It makes it easier to understand all the derivations from the same word, as one makes progress throughout the lessons.
Love your pic. Jimin correct?
Unless the person who made it LOVES lemons
Hmm, well, cake is cake. I'll eat it anyway!
Is there ever a cake that is sour?
If made with spoiled cherries.
Does 십니까 really mean sour?
"시-" means "to be sour", and "-ㅂ니까" is an interrogative ending.
Ah thank you!
First bitter cakes and now sour cakes; what are cakes made of in Korea?
What is the stem of sour? 시다?
I looked it up in the dictionary, and the noun form is 시다, and the modifier form would be 신.
I might be wrong, please inform me if i am :)