How do you lock a bag? Shouldn't it be closed?
Some anti-theft bags are lockable.
Fair point, I was confused.
Like in a luggage sense
잠그다: to lock
잠그 + 아/어 + 요 --> 잠가요
Isn't it should become 잠거요?
Verbs that ends with 아/오 suppose to follow by 아요, and other by 어요.
So why 잠그다 becomes 잠가요?
Is it an irregular verb?
For this 차그다 to become 참가요.
The "ㅡ" gets dropped.
then add "ㅏ요" .
으 gets dropped, so the last vowel is used, which is 아, so 아 gets added to the end, not 어
Secure the bag, sis
I mixed up some of the words..... I said i bag the lock.... DARN!
Whose bag? His? An evil supervillain? We'll never know!
I wonder what's in that bag+_+
The similar words are making me suffer theres 잠가 감자 과일 과자 ;-;
I think 잠그다 can mean "to close" as well... depending on what is is. Like "shut your mouth" or in this case "to zip up a bag"
I suppose the similarity to 'sleep' is accidental?
Sleep would be "자요"
참 means sleep (zam)
Am I the only one who hears "changayo" when it should be "chamgayo"?
How should 잠가다 become then? I don't know if that word exists, anyway, i mean how could we know the dictionary form of the word if we only get "잠가요"?
I read it correctly but it doesnt work
How can you lock a bag? With a key or something???
Lock, locks the same
I hope it was that student's own bag
Why can't i answer 'the student locks
The object marker "-을" makes the bag what is being locked. "The student locks" doesn't exactly make sense in English or Korean either.