Why wouldnt this be "this hotel is expensive" when 0I is "this"?
You'd have to put in front of the noun. After the noun, it acts as a subject particle.
This hotel is expensive: 이 호텔이 비쌉니다.
I believe the 이 in this case is the 이/가 particle that signifies 'hotel' as the subject, rather than the 이 meaning 'this'
How do i pronouce the 비쌉니다? Phi ssat? Phi ssak?
More like bi-ssamnida
Its more of a 'b' sound than a 'p' sound since the equivaleng of 'p' in Korean in 'ㅍ' and not 'ㅂ', which is equivalent to 'b' in english
Pi-ssam-ni-da. ㅂ is pronounced as an ㅁ because it is before a ㄴ - I don't remember is it's nasal assimilation or pat'chim simplification.
I said pricy and I was correct but was told it's a typo...
There's an e in pricey, that's why
This is funny, lol
Wth i didn't write the and its wrong???
Same here, forgot the friggin' article. But I am not native in English either so... Bummer
"Oh wow expensive!"
why is "hotel is expensive" wrong :/