So we can put 는 on an adjective and that doesn't make it part of the subject?
Do adjectives in Korean always come before what they modify unless treated (grammatically) like a verbal statement?
Ex. I am happy
I put "dogs don't eat tasteless beef" and it counted it wrong :/
Because it's not uses as a general statement by using 는. I think because the sentence used 가 that there is more emphasis on the individual dog. But I'm not sure, this is what i've learnt so far. Might be wrong :)