Kind off topic, but, "내" being "my" and "네" being "your" and both having the (pretty much) same sound... It doesn't get confused? Is there a better choice of words?
네 ("your") is often pronounced as 니 to avoid confusion.
Thank you! <3
apparently my uncle is a fish
fish is 생선, teacher is 선생
I heard that 삼촌 just means your father's brother and does not refer to your mother's brother. Is that correct?
Why isn't uncle formal if teacher is formal?
I said "my uncle's a teacher" and it counted it wrong
이야 is a short for what ?