I'd hope not
Does "시지" mean sour?
시다 is the verb (actually an adjective) that means "to be sour". When you want to negate a verb, you slap a "지 않다" on it, so when you conjugate it you get 시지 않아요, which means "not sour".
Why do you add the 지?
I know 않다 is the negative form but I don't understand why and when to add 지. Would appreciate the help
lol.. took me 2 minuts to figure out it was 하고. I was thinking about the 고 suffix.
So what's the difference between 여보 and 꿀 since they both seem to mean honey? Is one a term of endearment and the other, the edible substance made by bees?
Yeobo is like dear and kkul is the food.
Is not sour or are not sour...what is the difference