Hm. I sometimes dont understand the order stuff needs to be in. Why must the forest come first?
Many Korean sentences are structured like this: PREPOSITION, SUBJECT + OBJECT + VERB. This sentence structure is the most used/natural.
The forest (숲) is the location, aka your preposition.
Oh~ BTS in the Soop makes way more sense now...
Yes! BTS in the soop.
궆에서 호랑이가 사슴을 먹어요 should also be accepted. It was marked wrong and corrected to 궆에서 호랑이 사슴을 먹어요, which I think is just wrong; I think in this situation you need either a subject or topic marker.
"숲"이라고 써야 되는데 "궆"을 쓰셨네요.
This statement seems natural for people, compared when a Dragon eats an Elephant
how do we know that with which verb we need to use 에 and with which verb we need to use 에서?