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My car vs Your car. -- In Korean

내 차. = My car
네 차. = Your car.

The difference between these to phrases is the first syllable, where ᅢ or ᅦ is used. To my understanding these are typically pronounced the same with the sound 'ay' in 'say'.

If this is the case then how could you differentiate the two phrases when speaking with someone. My car? Your Car?

I am sure I am misunderstanding something. Could someone explain this to me. Thanks in advance.

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Some can tell the difference, but I can't. :(
    The only chance is the context.^^'


    \^o^/

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