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how are these sentences different?
1. 이 노래 좋다 (this song is good)
2. 이 노래 좋아 (this song is good)
when do we use 좋다 and 좋아?
좋다=the dictionary form of "to like", can be used when making a statement
좋아= 반말 or "informal" conjugation of "좋다"
- they have the same meaning and can both be used in informal settings (talking to friends, people your age, etc), so both sentences have the same meaning.
과일을 진짜 좋아! (I really like fruit)
그남자 좋다! (I like that man)
I hope this helps? It is kind of hard to explain the difference between the two forms!