Difference between 에게 and 에게서 please?
To and from. 나는 그에게 말할게요 - I will tell him.
승희에게 주세요 - Give it to Seunghee. (you can also say 승희한테 here, it's the same)
과학선생님에게서 도교를 배웠어요 - I learned Taoism from my science teacher.
그것은 누구에게서 들었어? - Who did you hear that from?
에게 can BOTH be "to" and "from", depending on context.
에게서 can only be "from".
저는 여자에게 선물을 춥니다.
I give a present to the woman.
And 에게서 means "from" (I get a present from the woman)
What's the diffrence between 저는and 제가??
When combining 저 with the subject marking particle 이/가, it changes to 제가 and not 저가. This is an exception and other words won't make such a change. 저는 is 저 with the topic marking particle 은/는 attached.
What difference does it make to the sentence between using 저는and 제가?
I don't think there is a difference
I typed "나는" instead of "저는" and it marked me incorrect. What is the difference between these two words?
저는 is more formal/humble. Otherwise they mean the same
why 을 at the end of 선물?
It's an object particle. 을/를 is placed after an object. 을 is placed after a word that ends with a consonant while 를 is placed after a word that ends with a vowel.
Why is it not "I give a present to the woman"?
Wouldn't "I give the woman a present" be "저는 여자가 선물을 줍니다"?
네. I thought the same so I reckon its kind of an error from the app.
why am I supposed to use the topic particle rather than the subject particle?
Because? I don't remember why
The different words with same exact meanings make things more difficult than necessary... :(
what's the difference between 줍니다 and 주다?
So assume that 줍니다 means to give and not recieve?
Can you use 드리다 in this situation, because it's the humble form of to give? I wrote 저는 여자한테 선물을 드려요.
I read that wrong sorry. Nvm
Why dont we put ~를 after 선물?????
Im confused why present is 줍니다 and not 산물을.
줍니다 means to give so maybe there's a mistake somewhere