Why isnt "there is a hotel next to tge restaurant" right. Is it word order? Cos hotel comes first so i assumed it was the subject.
2 signs: Notice that -이 is after 식당 making the restaurant the one doing the "being." The location marker 옆에 is also after 호탤 which means that the location is "next to the hotel." A little confusing since English cares about word order but Korean only cares about where particles are placed after nouns.
Because restaurant has the subject marker "이" attached to it which distinguishes it from the hotel.
Don't forget to look for the subject marking particle, in this case ~이 after 식당.
There are a lot of answers in this group that should be accepted but are not. I wonder if anyone has looked at this group yet. Or maybe there are just a lot of correct ways to word these answers
it's the other way round because the location indicator is on hotel and the subject particle is on restaurant.