Translation:That is a house.
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Although 그 and 저 both translate as THAT, proper usage depends on the proximity of the item (e.g. house, thing, dog) to the speaker or listener.
그 That (close to listener) 저 That (far from both speaker and listener)
If you're talking about something close to you, then it's: 이 This (close to speaker)
no, we must differentiate between 2 different situations:
1) -mdina/-seumnida are verb endings in the formal speech level and used after vowel/consonant respectively.
2) when we have the copula -ida, it turns into -imnida in formal speech as we have here. you won't see -seumnida then.