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Thanks for posting. In Korean, you can turn adjectives into nouns by attaching ~ㅁ(batchim) to the adjective stem:
Hope this was of help.
How can a descriptor word; adjective, be called a noun?
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저는 마리린 입니다 반갑습니다 ~~
질문 있어요 어떤 책을 사용하여? I want to learn more in korean language what kind of book did you use may I know please Thank you .
Thank you for commenting. To take a look at what you wrote:
글 쎄요…..거기에(한국에) 눈이 왔습니다??
-->글쎄요...거기에는 눈이 왔습니까? (This sentence implies that it did not snow where you live at. If it did, you would say:
글쎄요...거기에도 눈이 왔습니까?)
여기에 날씨가 덜 추워요.
-->여기는 날씨가 한국에 비해 덜 추워요. (The weather here, in comparison to Korea, is not as cold)
~에 비해=in comparison to)
글 쎄요.....거기에(한국에) 눈이 왔습니다??
Thanks for clarifying! If you want to say that you have a question, you would say:
If you say '문제 있습니다' it sounds like you have a problem. :flushed:
Hello Korean team,
In 1rst line, it was my typing mistake; in 2nd line, I wrote "I'm" in short as "M"; in 3rd line, a little mistake was there which u corrected and at last in 4th line, I wrote wrong in Korean.
Actually I meant was....."I have questions".... that's all.:sunglasses:
Thank you for posting! A couple things:
Could you let us know what 'M sure' means?
두거 봐요-->두고 봐요.
문제를 있습니다.-->This is grammatically incorrect, could you let us know what you were trying to say in English so we can provide you with a correction?
하 코리안 팀
M sure. One day I will be. Able to master it .
Anyways, 문제를 있습니다.