Apr
6
asked "Harry enjoys traveling around" vs. "Harry enjoys to travel around"
Apr
6
comment "I want to buy a house near the beach" - differences between this sentence in Korean and English
Well, sometimes we have to use those words to complete the sentense, but it's not important things as in english I think...
Apr
6
comment "I want to buy a house near the beach" - differences between this sentence in Korean and English
But we often overleap those words.
Apr
6
comment "I want to buy a house near the beach" - differences between this sentence in Korean and English
For example, 근처에(near), 옆에(next to), 뒤에(behind)
Apr
6
comment "I want to buy a house near the beach" - differences between this sentence in Korean and English
Your sentense means "I want to buy a house at the beach", not near the beach. And as you say, there are some words like post-positions in english.
Feb
27
comment "I want to buy a house near the beach" - differences between this sentence in Korean and English
And, In korean, there is no preposition. That's the main reason that I couldn't understand those english sentences.
Feb
27
comment "I want to buy a house near the beach" - differences between this sentence in Korean and English
Oh, thank you very much. I learn many things at your answer.
Feb
20
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Feb
20
asked "I want to buy a house near the beach" - differences between this sentence in Korean and English
Jan
31
asked What's the difference between these two sentences below?