"So, is it that important to have the space rule?
A Korean friend explained to me like this: "Yes! There are many rules when we leave a space, so you need to learn one by one. But there are some main rules that you need to learn. Even some…"
"Someone explained in this way:
Hello Rachel, -ㄹ 거예요 is the future tense and 받은 거예요 is the past tense. 받은 거= 받은 것 = "the thing I recived". 는 것 make verbs into nouns but this is only for verbs in present tense, for the future you use -(으)ㄹ…"
"Someone suggested that 이에요, 예요 mean is/ am /are, i.e I am a student, I am a doctor, they are busy and it is used at the end of the sentence. However, 아요 and 어요 are attached to the verb or adjective i.e eat, eating.... go.. going, bore .. boring. So,…"