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when and how would you use ""지마" & "잖아"?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
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    Verb stem + -지 마 means "don't do...", and the polite form is "- 지 마세요".
    창문 열지 마 ☞ Don't open the window.
    창문 열지 마세요 ☞ Please don't open the window.

    Verb stem + -잖아(요) can be used to mean "you know, or you see?"
    춥잖아(요) ☞ You know, it's cold or You see? it's cold.


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