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can anyone tell me when we can use 니가

 

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Base language: English
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    It's just a colloquial expression of "네가" or "너가" which both mean "you".
    So no one uses the word "니가" in formal writings.
    It looks similar when you say "ya" instead of "You".

    Basically, only to close friends of the same age or younger than you.

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