How can you know whether "우리 이 학교에 숨어요!" means "We hide in this school!" or "Let's hide in this school."?
"우리 이 학교에 숨어요!" doesn't appear to be propositive, like "우리이 학교에 숨어 가자.". Can both mean "Let's hide in this school!"?
우리 isn't just we, but also us. Let's is the contracted form of let us. Korean, like Japanese, often drop subjects like We and Us.
So, keep it or lose it, it still means "Let Us."
as i understand with 에 you are hiding in the house as the whole house is your hideout, while with 에서 you are doing the action of hiding while inside of the house which is not the same(maybe you would have to hide under a table or a chair)
How do i know it isn't "we hide in this school" where is the "let's" part?