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춥지 않잖아요

 

I was just reading about -잖아요 and see that it originally came from -지 않아요 but now it has its own meaning, where you are correcting someone or insisting that what you say is true.

A simple example.

춥잖아요.
Come on, it's cold.

Now, can I say this?

춥지 않잖아요.
Come on, it's not cold.


I like to test out things like this to help me learn. I think it's a completely valid sentence.

감사합니다!

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Yes, definitely you can say that.
    The nuance matters and you can make a question to make sure sure right shown examples below.
    춥잖아요? can be It is cold, isn't it?
    춥지 않잖아요? can be It isn't cold, is it?

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